Benevolent Philosophy

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In Buddhism, Karma (voluntary actions) refers to the concept of the law regulating the relationship between cause and effect, determining that every voluntary action is a cause that brings about an effect that, in turn, becomes the cause for other actions that will follow in the future.

Past                 Present               Future

Cause Effect
Cause Effect

Thus, the law of Karma becomes synonymous to the law of causality, i.e. the inevitable relationship between cause and effect, the law of action and reaction, the law of moral justice and balance, which is applied to every manifestation of life and, as a consequence, shaping Karma itself accordingly.

The more a person grows morally and spiritually, the less they are bounded by Karma, thus becoming the conscious creator of the conditions in their life.