Newton’s third law says that for every action there is a reaction. Could this also pertain to our behaviors? Could each thought generate a response? Could our future depend on our thoughts and behavior of today?
In the Osashizu is the following:
Although merit is not visible today, the accounting is as dependable as if it were done on paper. Whatever is surplus, I return. Whatever is short, I will collect. The balance in each account is very clear. January 13, 1892
Some will say that the soul (innermost heart) is where God keeps account of our actions and thoughts. From the soul, these actions and thoughts generate into future actions that we experience. Like the DNA that determines our physical characteristics, these recorded thoughts in the soul generate into actions that affect us in the future.
We are accountable for what happens to us whether it is good or bad. Have good thoughts in order to have joy in the future. Causality may be the truth that may change the world.