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Why choose doing "good" when there is no ultimate good or evil?

At the level where there is no ultimate good or evil, there is no will of yours left. There is no doer, there is no action done. Hence there is no Karma left. There are no desires left. For him, lying ...
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Why choose doing "good" when there is no ultimate good or evil?

Because there is no Oneness..all souls are distinct from one another..jivas is distinct from God..hence hurting others is sin..
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How to achieve punya in our lives and get human birth in next life?

There's no way to guarantee a future birth as a human as it is said to be extremely rare given the complex laws of Karma. The scriptures thus state that one must utilize the present human body to ...
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Is prayaschitta applicable for intentional sin?

For unintentionally committing any particular sin the punishment or prayschitta is less harsh when compared to the same sin being committed intentionally.. See the following verses as examples: Manu ...
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