Isaac Newton, in his third law of motion, describes the principle that for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction. To what extent does the inexorable law of karma, that we reap what we have sown, apply to our conduct in this life?
Yes, I do. All things have energy. If you are creating negative energy you will only receive negative energy. The simplest way to explain this is if you are angry, you yell at your DH, he in turn yells at you... Your negative action caused the return of negativity to you... If you steal a car you go to jail... Same thing. Unfortunately this principal only takes in to effect YOU. The notion that if you only put out positive energy you will only receive it is just preposterous... You can be the best wife and your husband my still beat you... It's his negative energy that is then affecting you, not yours... The point here is that you must strive to not only put out only positive energy but you must strive to surround yourself with it. The bad apple principal.
Answer by SabrinaMBowen at 9:08 AM on Jan. 19, 2009
The action force and the reaction force exist at the SAME time. So, no I do not believe Karma has anything to do with Newtons Law because Karma comes AFTER the action.
Answer by Southerncharmes at 11:16 PM on Jan. 18, 2009
Please understand Newton's 3rd law before you ask a question.
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Answer by Tybaby07 at 12:40 AM on Jan. 19, 2009
In a sense, the law of Newton is the physical application of karma. In this physical application, consequences (or the reaction) do not always come back to us immediately...think of it as a boomerang.
I believe that doing good eventually leads to you feeling good, that's the truth. Many religions don't accept the concept of karma, such as Islam, Christianity, and Judaism. Others think that it is destiny and what is used on "judgement day". What I'm sure of, though, is you sow what you reap, and you are creating your future by every thought, word, and action. The way we conduct ourselves effects us somehow.
Answer by BarbaraAnn22 at 1:34 AM on Jan. 19, 2009
Actually I do believe in karma up to a point. I don't believe I will be rewarded for every little good deed I do but I do believe that you get what you put out. In other words if I live my life well and do for others then that is what I will get back.
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