P.D. James wrote, “All human perplexities are no more than exercises in spiritual geometry.”
Posted by Deb.
Within the Buddhist world view, stress is a mental formation that arises when causes and conditions are present.
We know that kamma is the law of cause and effect; that is, all effects have causes, all causes lead inevitably to effects.
It is my daughter's birthday this week and I am reminded that when she was five or six years old, she wrote and illustrated a thought more profound than I’m sure she knew: