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In this talk the central Dharmic principles of Karma and the importance of taking responsibility for one's own life are explored. This is particularly important in India where the culture of superstition and corruption dominates.
Subhuti jokes that the mantra of India is: "What can I do?" Buddhism of course is a total rejection of this attitude. And as the example of the New Buddhists of Maharashtra shows, just by gaining a sense of self responsibility it is possible to change one's life.
|Cosmic corruption versus the laws of Life (53:13)|
Total running time: 53:13