If only people could believe in causality and reincarnation, how the world will be so different. There will be no cheating, no stealing, no killings, no adultery, no lying, no scamming, no corruption, and no wars.
There will be an abundance of money and resources to help others, instead of spending money and resources to protect us from others. You can say there will be heaven on earth!
But what is keeping people from believing in causality. We often hear people joking about karma when justice is seen immediately, implicating the unlucky perpetrator. But it appears that justice is not immediate. We see politician get away with lies and corruption. We see evil people get away with crimes against humanity. We see corruption in business, and we receive calls from scam artists everyday. Where is the justice that should be inflicted on these scoundrels? Could justice be delayed?
Enter the belief of reincarnation, which was held when Jesus walked the earth. Reincarnation is the missing piece of the puzzle to explain karma or causality. There is both cause and effect in everything we do. But effect is often delayed, often manifesting in our next lives. The biblical verse we reap what we have sowed is applicable, but the phrase we “eventual” reap, what we have sowed appears to be more accurate.
In the world, we see good and evil acts, and we also see joy and suffering; but we do not see the relationship because we do not understand reincarnation. It is like reading a novel from the middle of the book; we will not be able to understand what is happening because we do not know what happened in the previous chapters. Each lifetime is like a chapter in a novel, which eventually ends with the last chapter ending with the words “they lived happily ever after.” God promises that all mankind will eventually live a joyous life.
Why do I suffer is the question that has been around since the beginning of mankind. Could the answers be what is reincarnation and causality?
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