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Karma's Law In Henry Ziegland

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Henry Ziegland is a Texas man who died in 1917. He cast his girlfriend aside unfeelingly in 1893, but this latter was unable to endure her life without him and hence killed herself. Consequently, her brother decided to take vengeance and shoot Ziegland. By a stroke of luck, the bullet scraped his face only and hit a tree in front of which he was standing; thus he was not dead but just wounded. Nevertheless, the brother was ignoring this truth and thought that he murdered him. Twenty years later, Ziegland decided to hew that heavy tree, but was incapable of accomplishing this work by hand. Unfortunately, he destroyed it by an explosion that propelled the same bullet intended for him in his head, ending his life at last. Some people…show more content…
In fact, Karma’s law emphasizes that the individual’s behavior determines the way he/she will be treated in his/her future or born in his/her second life. In other words, a person who had committed immoral acts in his/her first life will pay the piper by nature, perhaps via reincarnation, and this contravenes Christianity’s beliefs, which proclaims that God is the only one who is allowed to condemn folks on their acts on earth. Moreover, Karma’s law doesn’t know the so-called “forgiveness”, and its repercussions cannot be avoided. On the contrary, God is the source of charity and mercy; he tolerates all of our sins and forgets them as long as we are asking for it, according to the Bible: “If we make it our habit to confess our sins, in his faithful righteousness he forgives us for those sins and cleanses us from all unrighteousness.” (John 1:9, International Standard Version). Consequently, the contradiction between Karma’s law and the existence of God pushes us to believe in one of them. For me, the second choice is more just and fair because it is closer to…show more content…
it might be tangible as much as it can be superstitious. Some human beings believe in it whereas others don’t, and this depends only on our convictions, experiences, thoughts, circumstances, etc… However, even though it is a fact for believers, nonetheless it cannot be proved scientifically, nor accepted religiously. Also, it presents inconspicuous notions that would turn every person to be unconvinced and doubtful of its existence. After all, it is up to the individual to decide whether this rule of cause and effect constitutes a major part of his/her life or not. But assume that Karma is real and everything you do in your life will be paid back, then is there any chances that you became a billionaire in your second life if you have been asked in the street for some money from a homeless person or a beggar and you
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