Monday, 24 June 2013

Let's not repeat the mistake: Time is more powerful than you

As per the Law of Karma that is based on time and mind (thoughts) it  "reaps what we sow". It is just the matter of TIME!

Therefore, because of our own ignorance, prejudice, arrogance, ego and pride let's not make Nepal like India (Brahmins in India have become a minority, the video can be accessed from what is happening to the certain caste group because of the sage manu's law strongly practice and follow to degrade certain caste group written by sage manu himself to benefit his own future generations without thinking about the Law of KARMA. 

"When a bird is alive, it eats ants. When the birth is dead, ants eat the bird. One tree makes a million match sticks. Only one match stick needed to burn a million trees. Time and Circumstance can change at any moment. Do not devalue or hurt anyone in life. You many be powerful this time, but remember: Time is more powerful than you. So be good and do good." 
- Buddha

"A man is born alone and dies alone; and he experiences the good and bad consequences of his karma alone; and he goes alone to hell or the Supreme abode."
- Chanakya 

 “Man is himself the field, his deeds are the seeds, and what he does to others grows apace; the harvest time is sure. Behold the yield! If he has sown the wind, he reaps the wind; if he has sown the noxious seeds of scandal, theft and hate; of sensuality and crime, the harvest time is assured and he must reap what he has sown; yea, more; the seeds produce an hundred fold. The fruit of righteousness and peace and love and joy never spring from noxious seeds; the fruit is like the seed.’’
- AG 100:8-11, Jesus

 If you sow corn you will get corn, the good and bad depends on the seed you sow. ‘‘What-ever affliction may visit you is for what your own hands earned. Upon that day men shall issue in scatterings to see their works, and who has done an atom’s weight of good shall see it, and who has done an atom’s weight of evil shall see it.’’
- The Koran 99:5-6

“There is a universal law of cause and effect. For every event that occurs, there will follow another event whose existence was caused by the first, and this second event will be pleasant or unpleasant according to the exact nature of the first event.”
- Buddha 

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