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Besides appearing at the end of the Abbey Road album, this seems like one definition of karma. I’ve often wondered whether there is some sort of overall balance to what we experience.
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That’a a tough question, Brian. To be honest, I personally do not believe in karma, or that the old adage of “what goes around comes around,” has any validity. There are too many rich old despots around for my liking. Having said that, it still remains a great way to live: treat everyone fairly. If only all of us took it to heart.. I think that’s what the Fab Four were getting at really….
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