Actions follow the doer, Search for Responsibility
and Sramana line, Mahavira's Synthesis, Theories of Yadrcchavada
(Freewill), Gosala's Niyativada (Determinism), Other Theories (Kalavada :
Time theory, Svabhavavada : Theories of Intrinsic Nature, and Isvaravada :
Theory of Ruling Force), Mahavira's Approach (Synthesis resulting from
Syadvada), Psychological approach of Mahavira (Emphasis on Bhava,
Intention, Dr. Jung's deeper level of sub-conscious is Mahavira's theory
of Bhava-karma, Mahavira's rejection of Jamali's theory of ï¿½Kade-Kade',
Cosmic law of causation and Karmic body), Categories of Karmas (Gautam's
dilemma), Duration of Karmic Bondage ,Nature of Bondage, Mitigation of
Bondage, Fresh Karmas, Life's activities (Actions without attachment),
Good actions bind if motivated, Consequences of Karma Theory 1.
"If the world is will, it must be a world of suffering.
And first, because, Will itself indicates want, and its grasp is always
greater than its reach, for every wish that is satisfied, there remain ten
that are denied. Desire is infinite, fulfilment is limited. It is like the
alms thrown to a beggar, that keeps him alive today in order that his
misery may be prolonged tomorrow. As long as our consciousness is filled
by our will, so long as we have fears, so long as we are given into the
throngs of desires, with their constant hopes and fears, so long as we are
subject to willing, we can never have lasting happiness or peace. The
realised desire develops a new desire, and so on, endlessly."