Buddhist studies refer to the Three Karmas including Body Karma, Speech Karma and Mind Karma. Buddhism also talks about Karma and Karma, for short, Cause and Effect.
Poor! Retribution or Karma are common words used when expressing pity for a suffering person or expressing regret that something bad has happened. Buddhist studies refer to the Three Karmas including Body Karma, Speech Karma and Mind Karma. Buddhism also talks about Karma and Karma, for short, Cause and Effect.
1. Three karmas and distinguishing cause and effect
In terms of words, the monolingual syllable (Sanskrit: Karma) has the content to express a job, an event performed by a role: By the body, it is called Body Karma, by the mouth, it is called Oral Karma, by Oc in charge is called Y Karma. Talking about Tam Nghiep means focusing on the role of acting. In other words, the Three Karmas present the classification of Karma in Buddhism taking the role of performance as the distinguishing criterion.
Career change – Compromise with karma
Distinguishing Karma from Karma is difficult to discern, not as easy as in the case of the Three Karmas of Body, Speech, and Mind. According to the word cause, the concrete meaning is the seed, the abstract meaning is the cause, the main reason creating an event like planting a seed in the ground will grow a fruit tree. Fruit means concrete fruit, abstract meaning is the end of an event such as planting a tree to get fruit. No one has ever confused Cause and Effect in a specific botanical sense, like mistaking an orange seed for an orange. Confusion is only and easily made when it comes to Karma and Karma in Buddhism. The distinction between Cause and Effect has depended on contemplation, the elucidation and analysis of an event, in other words, on the observer’s point of view. Broadly speaking, there are two basic concepts as follows:
Concept of events in time and space
In actual daily life, a built event, an action performed by people always happens in a time and space context. Body karma, speech karma, and mind karma are all accomplished at a certain time and place. Humans, like all things, cannot function outside of the realms of time and space. This is an obvious fact that everyone knows.
According to the first conception, Cause and Effect are two different events manifesting at two different times and two different places. The acting role is sometimes a person: Hard work is easy to get rich, lazy to play, will be sad and poor. There is a case where the acting roles are two people living a generation apart: gentle parents to bless their children, fathers eating salty food, children thirsty for water.
This is the way of contemplating events of worldly people, looking at human life with worldly eyes to realize the principle of Cause and Effect: Karma and Karma are Two, not One.