posted on Jun, 18 2009 @ 10:39 AM
After my recent "pondering" session, i stumbled across what i thought was a good question.
I was just thinking, about Karma, and that what you put in to the world, the world gives back. The nicer you are, the more the universe rewards you,
or the more good things can happen to you.
So what about probabilities?
Take the lottery for example.
They say you have like a 1 in a million chance, well even less, to win it.
But, what if you take Karma as a factor that effects it.
The better person you are, the more the universe can reward you. Does this mean that you have a greater chance of winning the lottery if you are a
completely selfless person, and put everyone before you?
So to put this into a questions,
Who has a greater chance of winning the lottery, Scrooge, or Ghandi?
Just thought i'd ask the wise minds at ATS for an opinion.
[edit on 18/6/2009 by JacobNH]