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Some believe that abused children are suffering the results of bad karma from previous lives. Does this belief justify child abuse? If so, is it logical proof that a belief in karma from one life to the next is total BS?
Explaining away child abuse as bad Karma is incomplete if that explaination of it also gets translated as a justification for it.
It does not justify child abuse.
Absolutely, unequivocally not.
That, if I may say so, is a redundant question.
And this is why.
Because it cannot be answered.
The Buddha strongly advised that to try to work Kamma and its complexities out, was a pointless, fruitless and vexatious task.
Don't even go there.