31 December 2013

Swami Vivekananda's Quotes On Cause And Effect

What is meant by cause?
Cause is the fine state of the manifested state.
—Swami Vivekananda
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In this article you'll find Swami Vivekananda's quotes and comments on cause and effect.
  • All is bound by the law of causation.[Source]
  • All law has its essence in causation.[Source]
  • As the cause is, so the effect will be.[Source]
  • Cause is never different from effect, the effect is but the cause reproduced in another form.[Source]
  • Everything, both mental and physical, is rigidly bound by the law of causation.[Source]
  • Everything has a cause.[Source]
  • Everything is present in its cause, in its fine form.[Source]
  • Everything that we know is within our universe, and everything within our universe is moulded by the conditions of space, time, and causation.[Source]
  • Internal and external nature, mind and matter, are in time and space, and are bound by the law of causation.[Source]
  • No effect of work can be eternal.[Source]
  • Nothing can be produced without a cause, and the effect is but the cause reproduced.[Source]
  • One link in a chain explains the infinite chain.[Source]
  • Something cannot be made out of nothing. Nor can something be made to go back to nothing.[Source]
  • The cause being finite, the effect must be finite. If the cause is eternal the effect can be eternal, but all these causes, doing good work, and all other things, are only finite causes, and as such cannot produce infinite result.[Source]
  • The cause of today is the effect of the past and the cause for the future.[Source]
  • The effect is delusion, and therefore the cause must be delusion.[Source]
  • The finer is always the cause, the grosser the effect. So the external world is the effect, the internal the cause.[Source]
  • The law of Karma is the law of causation.[Source]
  • The subtle are the causes, the gross the effects.[Source]
  • The wave is the same thing as the water, the effect is the cause in another form.[Source]
  • The whole of nature is bound by the law of causation and is in time and space.[Source]
  • There cannot be a cause without an effect, the present must have had its cause in the past and will have its effect in the future.[Source]
  • We, we, and none else, are responsible for what we suffer. We are the effects, and we are the causes.[Source]
  • What is meant by cause? Cause is the fine state of the manifested state.[Source]
  • Where no bondage is, there is no cause and effect.[Source]
  • You know it already that each one of us is the effect of the infinite past; the child is ushered into the world not as something flashing from the hands of nature, as poets delight so much to depict, but he has the burden of an infinite past; for good or evil he comes to work out his own past deeds.[Source]

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1 comment:

  1. cause and effect relation is everywhere,


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