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Grace Vs Karma – What is my fate?

May 10, 2022

Many people from all kinds of religious persuasions have a fatalistic view of Karma.

“Well it’s just my fate, all this bad karma that I’m experiencing, there is nothing I can do about it.”

This misconception comes from the false idea being taught by New Age Mysticism, that if you do Good then only Good things will come to you, and conversely, if you do Evil then only bad things will come to you.

Therefore, if you are experiencing Bad Karma, you must have done something wrong, either in this life or in your previous Reincarnations.

Of course this is completely absurd, because as everyone has experienced, you can do Good to people, and then immediately experience some kind of push back, which has been fuelled by the petty jealousies and insecure envy of others.

This type of negative reaction has nothing to do with your Karma, and everything to do with the fears of those who don’t want to believe that another person can act with integrity, and have a genuine desire to help others.

The classic example of this is the Salvation Army and the awesome work that they do worldwide to help people in need, and yet receive constant flack from those promoting Doublethink and the Political Correctness Agenda.

Your Fate is determined by how you react to negative circumstances when they arise.

Some people respond by playing the Blame Card and Victim Card, and use their adverse situation to portray themselves as the unfairly treated Victim.

You can choose your Fate by responding in Faith to setbacks, and refusing to see yourself as the Victim of Society.





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