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Karma-Cause and Effect

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This class is part of a series exploring the Four Thoughts That Turn the Mind to Dharma. The Four Thoughts That Turn the Mind are foundational to the practice of Dharma and common to all Buddhist traditions. This class will focus on the third of the Four Thoughts: karma, or cause and effect. All beings wish to be happy, but in our search for happiness we unwittingly create suffering for ourselves and others. Contemplating karma helps one to act wisely, sowing seeds of future happiness instead of heartache.
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AMZ-015, 4/14/19

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