Understanding Critical Illness, Death and Fate: to Develop Self-Knowledge and Positive Karma (Article)

Despite the common perception that “everything happens for a reason”, this reasoning seems harsh and unlikely when a person becomes critically ill.

No one chooses illness. Fate is about humanity’s actions being free: We make choices, which determine our outcome. How can we judge, say, a newborn baby becoming critically ill and then dying as being an act of fate, considering he/she never had a chance to live on their own accord in the first place?

Read on:
http://www.andycarrington.co.uk/illnessdeathandfate

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