RE: Ancient Indian Philosophy

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Ancient Indian Philosophy

in philosophy •  6 months ago

Karma stands out for me, and the law of sowing and reaping also relates to karma, it is a universal law and if we understand it can flow along with it and live a beautiful perfect life, we design our future using karma.

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I agree, If we leave this earth with less karmic baggage than when we arrived here - we have lived a life in accordance with universal law. In today's Nihilistic world freedom is perceived to be the act of doing whatever we wish to do. We have truly forgotten the act of freedom for all living creatures has always been to do that which is necessary and beautiful. Because the universe is not a democracy but a benevolent republic ruled by lawfulness - the discovery of which can be the answer to our survival as a species and the start of a though but necessary maturing process for our civilization. :)