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The law of action: how described in the Vedas
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There can be no action without a purpose or cause; and its result is for the sake of purusha or the soul. There can only be one action at a time; and actions may be divided into main and subsidiary ones. We have to express all this in language; and it can be done in various ways. Result of action: Let us consider the characteristic marks of effect or the results of action. This effect or result is meant for the sake of something else; and Badari says that it is for the purpose of acquiring some object, or wealth, or attribute, or purifying one's self. Jaimini says that it consists in action to, for that may be the result of our aim. A further study on this aspect maybe read at: http://www.narachphilosophy.com/the_law_of_action_how_described_in_the_vedas.htm
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