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Old 05-08-2022, 06:46 PM
iamthat iamthat is offline
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I helped my younger cousin with some assignments in first year, done half of his exam and two exams in his second year and a big project for him final year. ... I will help students in the future. ... Will these people have to pay the price in another lifetime
In addition to the other comments, I am curious as to why you do this.

Is there any financial arrangement involved?

Or is it simply out of the goodness of your heart that you give your time and energy to do other peoples' assignments?

Or is it that deep down you want to be liked and you do this so your cousin will like you for helping him?

But I have to wonder why your younger cousin couldn't do this work himself. Is he simply lazy? Are you enabling his laziness by doing his work for him? When it comes to living in the real world he may have a shock. If he cannot apply himself to doing the work for a course he has chosen to do then how will he cope in a world where he has to fend for himself? Or will he just find other people to sponge off?

Never mind the karmic consequences for these other people. How about any karmic consequences for yourself?

Human behaviour is always interesting.

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Old 05-08-2022, 10:56 PM
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You explained it very well iamthat. I would feel bad if I cheated in exams and assignments. I would not do it. It would not help anyone.
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Old 06-08-2022, 04:16 AM
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Guff779, hope you are OK out there?

You took a risk creating this thread in the first place, being vulnerable about it and worrying about the karma of others, not even yourself, that says something. That took strength. Not everyone would do that. Just wanna say we all make mistakes. People who live in glass houses shouldn't throw stones. :) We've all done something, I bet.

Wishing you a good weekend
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Old 06-08-2022, 09:24 AM
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That’s nice asearcher.


In the end we all have our own inner guide that tells us what is right and true for ourselves.

Trusting ourselves in our choices is important, being open to grow beyond them into new choices is all we can do.
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Old 06-08-2022, 09:34 AM
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I did most of my ex husbands cert 4 teacher training. He was struggling and it was important only for him to stand up and teach what he had 35 years experience in.

I think it’s important to consider if supporting another they are not missing out on important education with regards to others and personal responsibilities towards others. If one is not informed about certain processors in fields of employment gained through study, then that could have consequences in that line of employment. A qualification that comes with personal responsibility towards others does need one to know, what those responsibilities and processors mean to more than oneself.
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Old 06-08-2022, 08:02 PM
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Thank you very much everyone for your replies and insights, quite a lot gave their insights.

I think nothing wrong if he learns from it.
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Old 06-08-2022, 10:52 PM
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We've all done something, I bet.
Simply know we participate in others karma based on what we do as well. The participation is cause and effect.

This is participatory karma tied to each other and responsibility. The spiritual person knows this. As the previous posts began to enlighten we contribute to others karma as is part not only of our own but the part we play in theirs.

We contribute to what other people do and others karma. I thought post 8 was right on understanding we affect others and part of another's karma and so may even be a cause. We have our place in their karma.

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