Ye cannot live for yourselves
Ye cannot live for yourselves; a thousand fibres connect you with your fellow-men, and along those fibres, as along sympathetic threads, run your actions as causes, and return to you as effects. – Henry Melvill
Even if we want to deny it, what we say and do, do have effects on people around us. Sometimes the effects are immediate while other times, they can come back to haunt us. Karma? Perhaps, you can call it karma in a religious way while physicists recognised it as Newton’s Third Law of Motion: For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.
Knowing this, what kind of effect do we choose to create?
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