Dr. Lewis Lancaster - Behavior: Acts of Consequence
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The Buddhist tradition gives much thought to “Karma,” our acts both physical as well as mental. The basis for these teachings is the assertion that “everything has a cause.” In addition, every cause produces consequences, whether intended or unintended. We cannot do anything without a resulting event. How is it possible to be fully aware of each of our acts and recognize their impacts? Using this reality, what modifications of our daily behavior are needed to achieve a productive and meaningful life?