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 As  ye  sow  so  shall  ye  reap.    Also

called  “The  Law  of  Cause  and  Effect.”


Now this is the law that most choose to ignore or misunderstand when they do not want to take personal responsibility for their manifested experi­ence, perceived “good” and/or (especially) “bad”.


God created “cause” and “effect” so that each soul fragment would rec­ognize that when he did a specific act, say stole a car from his brother, that there would be an “effect” to his trans­gression, such as perhaps going to jail.  But the nature of the ef­fect is produced in a way unique to each individ­ual fragment which will bring the greatest opportunity for the UNDERSTAND­ING of the lesson for that soul fragment.  Un­fortunately, for many the repeat and re­peat of similar/same “errors” has continued over the course of some thousands of years.  Yes, it is by choice that the soul would refuse to take personal respon­sibility for his thoughts, words and deeds.  The catch is ALL ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL WHICH OC­CURS WITHIN THEIR MANIFESTED ILLUSION whether or not one WISELY chooses to finally rec­ognize and ac­cept this Truth is entirely up to each.  They will still “suffer” the conse­quences of their actions which are contrary to God’s laws, and/or they will also reap the Divine benefits of under­standing and obeying God’s laws.


Now in your “Eastern” religions, Hinduism and Buddhism, they have a term called karma” defined in Funk & Wagnals Dictio­nary as: “1. The Spiri­tual force generated by one’s action which determines one’s reincar­nated situation.  2. Loosely, fate.  3. Vibration.”  Karma, even by this definition does not accu­rately describe the same purpose or meaning of simple “cause and ef­fect”.  The term “karma”, loosely believed by many implies you must do this or that, or this or that has occurred because it is your “karma” implying that it is also your “fate”.  One can fall in the rut of blaming all experiences on their “karma” and there­fore not ade­quately learning the lesson to release this perceived “karma”.  The definition of karma implies that yes, there are consequences to your ac­tions, but that you are doomed to “pay-back” life­time after lifetime, and does not take into considera­tion the release of “pay-back” when the lesson is truly learned by the soul fragment.  Remember this: AT ANY INSTANT WHEN THE TRUE UNDERSTANDING AND RECOGNI­TION HAS OCCURRED re­garding the ER­ROR and effects of one’s actions, THAT ONE CAN, THROUGH SELF-FOR­GIVENESS, RE­LEASE any repeti­tion of A TRANS­GRESSION AGAINST ANOTHER, SELF, AND GOD.


For example, let’s say that the one known as “Hitler” who was responsi­ble for the deaths of millions, truly recognized and un­derstood his transgres­sions AGAINST GOD in the mo­ments be­fore he made his death transition.  (All things are possible, friends!) And in those moments be­fore his “death” from this lifestream, he prayed to the God within him for FOR­GIVENESS of self and all others and that HE then put HIS will into GOD’s WILL to be of service ONLY unto THE FATHER.  Now for ones who believe in “karma”, they would say that the soul en­ergy that was Hitler would be doomed to the same persecution he committed on others, as well as at least a million deaths at the hands of a tyrant such as was he.  And if “Hitler” refused to see his folly, then undoubtedly his SELF-judgement before GOD would be se­vere.  But, depending on the level of his un­derstanding or learning of the lessons, his “pay-back” could be that he be­comes ONE who devotes his en­tire next reincarnation lifestreams to THE SER­VICE OF GOD by helping his fellow brethren overcome their “spiritual” starva­tion.  Do you think then, that it is not possible that God would not wel­come HIS servant back within HIS fold of Truth, Love and Light?


One must never forget that even the “victims” of Hitler’s hatred chose their victimhood.  If ones choose NOT to become “victims” to any one or any situa­tions by always honoring GOD within self and all others and thus, living in bal­ance with the LAWS of GOD and The Cre­ation, THEY would no longer cre­ate “victimizers” such as HITLER.  It is really so simple.  If THEY learn their lessons of how and why THEY created their victimhood, then they would ALSO FORGIVE themselves and ALL who they perceived victimized them, so that they, too, could release and be free of the bondage of “karma”.  And on top of forgiveness, their release may involve actually being ever THANKFUL to THE FATHER WITHIN for bringing the les­son to them and thus helping them recognize THEIR self-trans­gressions and becoming now FREE from the BONDAGE of vic­timhood.  Do you see the picture now?  The responsibility for all mani­fested experiences lies with ALL who share in and exist within the ex­perience!