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Posted: 15 March 2010 at 8:30am | IP Logged
Originally posted by Believe

^Summer ji....Patha nahe aap ki nishaana sahi hey ya galat.Big smile
Vinu ji sabut dekho. Kisne goliya chalayiLOL
 
Karma se koi bhi nahi bach sakte
 
 

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Posted: 19 March 2010 at 3:39am | IP Logged
Originally posted by ''~RuWaNi~''

Originally posted by Summer3

Just my views.


Thank you!
Mhh so the karmic difference between Hinduism & Budhism is that there's no god involved in Buddhistic karma.

I had a slight idea that karama might be a bit like determinism, but nope. XD
Yes not everything is Fixed and predetermined generally.
I think Karma operates on its own independent of all religions, like the planets revolving round the sun.
But Karma is not "fixed" for good but can be improved upon; it is said that we are eating yesterday's food now but we can decide what we want to eat tomorrow.
 
But sometimes it is said: "If whatever we do always results in a failure and nothing good comes out, do not blame on anyone but our own karma."

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Posted: 24 March 2010 at 9:32pm | IP Logged
Have you ever thought if God is greater than Karma. Or do you think Karma is God playing another role ?
 
Buddha never spoke about God but he spoke of Karma.

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god - generator organizer destroyer .

we can come from our karma by following god path ..
 

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Posted: 25 March 2010 at 7:05am | IP Logged
Originally posted by dakshinamurthy

god - generator organizer destroyer .

we can come from our karma by following god path ..
 

Sab kuch dekh raha Bhagawan
Multiple roles.
It is hard to understand that One God can do so many things all at the same time.
yet the scriptures also say Brahman is motionless and moves too, it moves it moves not.
 
Quote Isa Upanishad commentary by Swami Paramananda
 
It moves and It moves not. It is far and also It is near. It is within and also It is without all this. It is near to those who have the power to understand It, for It dwells in the heart of every one; but It seems far to those whose mind is covered by the clouds of sensuality and self– delusion. It is within, because It is the innermost Soul of all creatures; and It is without as the essence of the whole external universe, infilling it like the all–pervading ether.

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 In the Isavasya Upanishad there is advice for those who cannot renounce the world and desires. They should live according to what is prescribed and fulfill their dharma and is such a case they are not touched by the effects of karma.

Isavasya Upanishad: Mantra

Mantra

Kurvanneveha karmani
jijeevishet chatam samaaha
Eavam tvayi na-anyadha-itha-asthi
na karma lipyate nare

Translation

By performing actions (as enjoined by the scriptures) here in this world, you will desire to live a full life. There is no way apart from this. In this way actions will not bind you to the "doer".
 

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