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Karma in Hinduism and Buddhism: Some Similarities and Differences From the Panchatantra... The Banana Peel . . . a proud Brahmin - one noble in name - came upon a banana peel in his path. He communed with himself, saying, "every man reaps in the future the fruits of all his acts. If, therefore, I take this peel from the pathway, I shall have done a deed of merit, and be rewarded by karma in my next life. " So mused the Brahmin, and he carefully removed the peel. For this crafty thought of self, the proud Brahmin was born in a lower caste in his next life. In western societies karma is a te…
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