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Can you explain the concept of Karma?


A lot of Westerners think they know what Karma means (that when you do something good, good things happen to you, and when you do something bad, bad things happen to you, to balance your life out), but really, that's not what it means. If you can explain Karma so that someone who hasn't grown up with the concept can understand it, it might make a good hub.

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    Michael Marcus (IdeaMan1) 4 years ago

    As of yet, I haven't seen a real "necessary and sufficient" definition of "right," "wrong," "good," or "evil," so until something comes along that holds in all contexts, I tend to consider their particular polarities as meaningless.


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