Ravi’s account of the American philosopher, teaching Hinduism, makes me think of this: If contradictions in the world of Hinduism are accepted without having trouble then why can’t I live a life in contradiction to Hinduism without any fear of Karma?
Second, if I understand this right, there really is no “I” in this world, only the Brahman, so who is Karma judging to decide there needs to be payment for “sins” in this life or the life to come (reincarnation)?
Third, my premise is that only a person (with a will) can judge a person. Again, if I have this right, there is no “I” to “You” relationship in the universe so, who is exercising judgment over individuals to determine the need for Karma and reincarnation (a payment for sins)? Is it myself?
What am I missing?
Thanks and God Bless!