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Karma (VI)

The Dilkusha Talks

Phiroz Mehta outside Dilkusha
Phiroz Mehta outside Dilkusha

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A talk given by Phiroz Mehta at Dilkusha, Forest Hill, London on 13th February 1981

Our common conceptions of karma. How does karma work with justice? Natural disasters, accidents, man-inflicted horrors, etc. Our concepts of ethics and justice. The relationship between man and man has almost never been one of true human response, but of re-action by sub-humans. Frustration makes us hate the opposer. Jesus, the Buddha and others gave their lives to redeem mankind. Their sorrow exemplified divine justice, true karma.

Catalogue number D379
Duration 47 minutes
Recording quality Excellent - speech is very clear with little or no background noise

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