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Kamma is an impersonal, natural law that operates in accordance with our actions. It is a law in itself and does not have any lawgiver. Kamma operates in its own field without the intervention of an external, independent, ruling agent.

Kamma or karma can be put in the simple language of the child: do good and good will come to you, now, and hereafter. Do bad and bad will come to you, now, and hereafter.
In the language of the harvest, kamma can be explained in this way: if you sow good seeds, you will reap a good harvest. If you sow bad seeds, you will reap a bad harvest.
In the language of science, kamma is called the law of cause and effect: every cause has an effect. Another name for this is the law of moral causation. Moral causation works in the moral realm just as the physical law of action and reaction works in the physical realm.
In the Dhammapada, kamma is explained in this manner: the mind is the chief (forerunner) of all good and bad states. If you speak or act with…

Police Fired Tear Gas To Disperse A Students March

The police have fired tear gas to disperse a protest march conducted by a group of University Students this noon as the protesting students tried to march towards the University Grants Commission Office at Ward Place,Colombo.

Due to the protest march a heavy traffic was reported in several areas in the Colombo City.

Government Minsiter And MP Decided To Support Common Opposition Candidate

The leader of the All Ceylon Muslim Congress and Minister of Industry and Commerce Rishad Bathiudeen and Government MP Amir Ali have decided to support the common opposition presidential candidate Maithripala Sirisena at the upcoming Presidential Elections.

Both the Minister Rishad and the MP Ali have arrived to opposition leaders house at Sirikotha this evening after taken their decision to support the common candidate.MP Ali who was a former Eastern Provincial Councilor had sworn in as a national list MP recently after MP A.H.M Azwer has vacated his seat in the parliament.