The Theory of Karma? Hmmm....? This looks like a spiritual book. I should probably keep it back into the shelf as I live in the age of reason in which spirituality just doesn’t make sense.
But hold on! Read the title again - “The Theory of Karma”, now observe the last word in the quotation. Karma or Action is a phenomenon that is taking place in literally every single moment of your life. It doesn’t matter if you are sleeping, eating, drinking, thinking, procrastinating, working or as a matter of fact reading this summary – you are doing karma all the time, every time.
All of us might agree that the action we do has an impact on our lives in some way or the other….then how is that most of us end up living a life in which we think that a factor of destiny decides for us? Why do we end up thinking life is unfair? Why does someone who has the proper understanding of life is not able to make a change they want? In short, how do we start being helpless in front of our own karma?
The concept of action is so simple yet our existence becomes complex.
Observe around and inside you. There must be many incidences where the answer wasn’t a straight one...as to why did it happen? These circumstances present themselves all the time.
So does this book really answer all of your questions on how to live a life? Most certainly not. What it actually does is that it presents a simple discussion. It becomes your friend who makes you think on the significance of your own actions. The theme of this book isn’t fiction, fantasy, philosophy, science or the most obvious spiritualism. The theme of this book is YOU!
So let’s engage ourselves to explore about life and the way things are happening around you karmically. I will make you observe, I will make you feel and I will make you think really hard. In all of this maybe you find whatever you are looking for in that special life of yours.
Let’s start interacting.
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