the workings of Karma. How many times have you been driving and someone gave you that obnoxious finger? What is your immediate response?
Let's suppose someone did that to you. Without thinking, you threw your finger up to let him know how it felt. He didn't see you but the woman in the car next to him did. She thought you did it to her. Now, she does the same thing back to you. You don't see her doing it but the man in the car right behind you does. Not understanding what he has done to deserve such attention, especially from this woman, he wheels his car over in front of her causing her to hit the light pole. Then he gives her that same gesture and goes off before she can get his license number.
Who started it? How many others were brought into the process? All allowed themselves to be brought into the situation by the first person throwing up their hand with an obscene gesture. Any one of those people could have stopped that reaction by ignoring what they thought had been done to them and thus excluded themselves from this Karmic lesson. They were in complete control of their own situations at all times.
One individual started the process that caused the collision, and that person will have to account for that action somewhere down the line, even if he doesn't know what happened as a result of his action. The ones who participated are also at fault and will learn one day a valuable lesson from their actions.
Learning is like a chain reaction. It continues without end.
Energy begets energy.
Energy is usually associated with atoms, which are continuous. Atoms never die. In a storm chamber, scientists have found this to be true. They change and become something else after a short rest, but they never truly die.
History of Belief System
Ancient people believed in the life of the spirit. They thought that as long as food and drink were furnished to the
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