Tuesday, May 22, 2007
The Forthcoming: Joyce Veranda Gray - Dark Karma
The Law of Karma teaches that responsibility for unpleasant actions is born by the person who commits them.
The criminal…it is amazing how the criminal detaches him/her self from the criminal act as if they were not part of it, yet they bear full responsibility for it. They can stand in the crowd and watch the investigation and think what a terrible thing to happen. The criminal rarely sees the impact to families and friends when they perform their awful act. Some acts are heinous and forces one to delve into social and psychological barriers that could cause a person to step over the edge. Some crimes are simply malicious and evil. Sometimes it's hard to tell the difference.
What if the criminal was forced to live the horror that they caused? The drug dealer finds himself in the body of the drug addict and he suffers through the withdrawals, living on the street, the beatings, the raping and the hunger. The thief steals the rent money and becomes the victim that finds herself living on the street and running for her life and the murderer becomes the victim's father and he deals with the death of a son and a grieving mother.
There's no escape. They can't find their way back to their real lives except by way of Redemption. They must find Redemption or lose their souls.