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Law of Karma
Good karma is good deeds. Bad karma is bad deeds.
The Law of Karma is the application of the Law of Cause and Effect to man.
In Christian Biblical terminology, the Law of Cause and Effect is stated as "As ye sow, so shall ye reap.".
In Buddhist Canon terminology, the Law of Cause and Effect is stated as "Effect follows cause as the wheel of the cart
follows the foot of the oxen".
Although it may appear or be misinterpreted as cruel, bad karma (or bad deeds) is punished.
We are always punished for our misdeeds or wrongdoings.
The Law of Cause and Effect has no exceptions. There are no changes, deviations or modifications of any kind.
Therefore, the Law of Cause and Effect and the Law of Karma are always fair and just.
I recommend the following guidebook, especially for the karmic things it recommends to do and
don't do in modern day living:
karma101 by Joshua Mack
(2002, Hair Winds Press; ISBN 1-931412-19-7)