This could change everything. Is everything really pre-written, and the decision is an illusion? Maybe we don’t control our own lives.
Béla Hamvas (1897-1968) a spiritual writer and philosopher blessed with a high level of consciousness, articulated the meaning of life: It makes no sense.
In our lives, neither the past nor the future matters. There’s only one moment in the present that we live for, what we live in. Life is a game. We can’t make something permanent. The real purpose of our lives to somehow spend time while we’re alive.
But is it really true?
Not at all, according to some reviews. Moreover, there is a groving number of circumstantial scientific evidence that claims that there may be a kind of karmic relationship that governs our fate.
In other words, our destiny is preordained: after all, we can live differently between the main chapters that connect our lives, but we have no fundamental influence on what is happening around the world and around us.
The law of karma, or the law of cause and effect, applies to everyone, whether you know it or not, believe it or not, like gravity.
Karma manifests as the karma of destiny and the karma of life.
And we can’t neccessarily influence it.
Fate is a scenario in which a person’s fate takes place.
In a certain sense, the famous Palm leaves are considered by many to be concrete proof that our fate is pre-written.
It is said that every living person has a palm leaf pre-written, who will ever visit the place where they will read their own lives and their expected destiny.
Karma means that in my lifetime, I have to make a journey from birth to death. For example, from the foot of the mountain to the top of the mountain.
According to many, the fact that in recent times we are finding more and more evidence that our world is artificial and the result of intelligent design also indicates that everything or almost everything that happens to us is pre-written.
And the thought is alarming, and the question itself may become meaningless: is the fate of all of us prescriptive? Or are we just going with the flow?