Each human being is responsible for his own karma and comes into the world carrying with him the karma of numerous previous rounds of existence in keeping with the causal laws governing the workings of the individual consciousness.<quoted text>
I don't get about Eastern philosophy. Its so hyper focused on the self. Belly button gazing at the expense of working with humanity.
So, each one has to fend for himself where critical parameters of life and growth are concerned.
Others may serve as enablers, goaders or inspirational influences.
So, as said, each one is responsible for his own karma.
Self-realization puts you into direct touch with the whole of existence and makes you one with its source and thereafter if you wish you can work on regenerating the universal force fields or in uplifting those who're ready for the next giant step which is infinitely better than feeding the poor, meeting with fellow-tribalists, reading nonsensical scriptures, killing animals, or giving away clothes to the naked. These acts of charity anyone can do and despite giving away billions to the needy humanity is still not happy nor has the number of poor reduced nor has deaths due to malnutrition or diseases gone down.
To change the terrestrial conditions for the better what is needed is a complete transformation of the terrestrial nature.