Karma: Reaping What We Sow
August 17, 2005
The sixth book of the series explains the cyclic effect of karmic accumulation. Contrary to what many people may think, karma is not an esoteric term based on mystical Eastern symbolism. Karma represents the most fundamental, ancient, and inviolable Law of the Universe. It is the causal ground for the entire fabric of our reality. Karmic outflows are the cumulative imprints that each action takes to the next action, much like a ping-pong ball bouncing off a wall. Each one of us is the resultant flow of innumerable such imprints that we carry from the past, sometimes from the remote past, into this and other distant lifetimes. Thus, karma naturally leads to reincarnation. This powerful notion is reflected throughout the book in a manner that can be understood by children. The book teaches about the ripple-effect of every action, both good and bad, in hopes of providing a guidance for positive actions for children. All the books in this series, including this one, are written in a melodic and poetic style, with words carefully chosen for children” of all ages.
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