The entire universe is governed by the law of karma which is based on cause and effect. Every cause has an effect and every effect a cause. There is no such thing as luck or accident. No extraneous power shaping your life. You are the architect of your fortune, you are the architect of your misfortune. You reap what you sow.
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Discover the fundamental law of the universe. Cause and effect are the wheels that govern the flow of life’s experiences. Gain the knowledge to steer your life towards peace and prosperity.
When you accept and learn to live by the supreme law, what is the need to worry? Whatever events you encounter will only be the effects of the causes you sew.
Happiness seems to elude us. Gain clarity as to what happiness is and where it can be found. Through an unselfish approach in life, one can begin one’s journey to a life of sustained joy.
Swami Parthasarathy is author of eleven books including three best sellers in six decades of study and research on Vedanta, the ancient Indian philosophy. Has addressed the World Bank, Young Presidents’ Organisation, World Economic Forum, NASA, Google, Microsoft Corporation, Harvard University, Wharton Business School, Oxford University, Kellogg School of Management, Gordon Institute of Business Science et al. Acclaimed in leading media worldwide including TIME, Businessweek, CNBC, Forbes and The New Yorker. At age 91 continues to play cricket and win man-of-the-match awards competing alongside players less than a third his age.
The Baxter Theatre Centre is a vibrant, multicultural entertainment hub in the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town. Nestled under the striking Devil’s Peak mountain and at the foot of the University of Cape Town, the Baxter boasts a world-class theatre and concert hall, as well as a restaurant and bars, and an impressive spacious foyer.
The Centre is within walking distance of the vibrant student shopping centre of Rondebosch. Coffee shops, gyms, restaurants are easily accessible and the railway station is only minutes away.
Selfish action leads to suffering and sorrow, while unselfish action engenders peace and prosperity. You reap what you sow. Your past actions determine your present destiny, but the future is entirely in your hands.
"Shallow men believe in luck or in circumstance. Strong men believe in cause and effect."
— Ralph Waldo Emerson American Poet, Essayist, and Philosopher