Intention (Karma) in the context of Dhamma

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Intention (Karma) in the context of Dhamma

Postby PimonratC » Sun Feb 16, 2014 5:10 pm

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As the Buddha said..

“All kamma, whether good or evil, bears fruit.
There is no kamma, no matter how small, which is void of fruit.”







English Edition.
http://atenlightenment.wordpress.com/20 ... of-dhamma/

Thai Edition.
http://dhammaway.wordpress.com/2014/02/ ... intention/





There’s something important you need to know about Karma... :anjali:

"... ‘Intention’ in the context of Dhamma has a much more subtle meaning than it has in common usage...."







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