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Karma .. a case study ..
I am quite fascinate and confused by karma philosophy.
But then I don't understand how it exactly works
A hurts B in some way (A has done bad karma)
C hurts A (A's karma has bore fruit)
but in the process C has incurred bad karma ?? Is it ?
If yes, then how does one reconcile the fact that C's response, even though C was unknowing about it, was a fruitition of bad karma done by A in some past.
If no, then that means there're two types of karma , one original you have done which will reap some fruit , secondly a karma which is a fruit of someone else's karma.
I hope you got my query . thanks :)