Welfare

About Welfare
There exists a black kind of substance that we call “karma” and Buddhism calls “sinful karma.” These black and white substances exist simultaneously. What kind of relationship do these two substances have? We obtain this substance virtue (good karma) through suffering, enduring setbacks, and doing good deeds; the black substance is accrued by committing bad deeds and doing wrong things or bullying people. Nowadays, some people are not only bent solely on profit, but they even stop at no evil. They will do all kinds of evil things for money, and they will also commit murder, pay someone to kill, practice homosexuality, and abuse drugs. They do all kinds of things. One loses virtue when one commits wrongdoing. How does a person lose virtue? When a person swears at another, he thinks that he has gained the upper hand and feels good. There is a principle in this universe called “no loss, no gain.” To gain, one has to lose. If you do not want to lose, you will be forced to lose. Who
plays such a role? It is precisely the characteristic of the universe that assumes this role. Thus, it is impossible if you only wish to gain things. What will happen then? While swearing at or bullying another person, he is tossing virtue at this other person. Since the other person is the party that feels wronged and has lost something and suffered, he is compensated accordingly. While one person is here swearing, with this swearing, a piece of virtue from his own dimensional field leaves and goes to the other person. The more he swears at him, the more virtue he gives him. The same is true with beating up or bullying others. As one hits or kicks another person, one will give one’s virtue away according to how badly one beats up the other person. An everyday person cannot see this principle at this level. Feeling humiliated, he cannot put up with it and thinks, “Since you hit me, I’ve got to return the same.” “Wham,” he gives that person a punch[src]

It is also believed that “With virtue (good karma), one will gain something in the next lifetime if not in this life.” What will one gain? With a lot of virtue, one may become a high-ranking official or make a big fortune. One can obtain whatever one wants, and this is exchanged with such virtue. Religions also mention that if one does not have any virtue, both one’s body and soul will become extinct. One’s Original Soul will be exterminated, and upon death one will be completely dead with nothing left.[src]