Again, you've stated the "law," which is actually already well known to most of us, overcomplicated it to a ridiculous extent with silly capitalization tricks, but you've failed to supply any reason for anyone besides yourself to believe it actually exists. To make a statement and then assert that it must be true unless it is proven wrong is one of the most fundamental logical fallacies, and you will be called in it every time.The Law of Karma is a natural law that prevents one from reaping what one has not sown.
This Law of Karma is otherwise known as the Law:
of Sowing and Reaping,
of Karmic Justice,
of Natural Justice,
of Cause and Effect,
of Reciprocal Action,
of Give and Take,
of Action and Reaction,
of Laying of Bed and Lying on it,
of Consequences etc.
Having presented the above characters of karmic recompense, what is your take?
Do you conceive of any real-life experience that conflicts with the nature of the law as presented above?
Please, let's take the above as a respectable starting point for an honest discussion.
I earnestly crave the direct participation of a disinterested moderator through the discussion hence - in the effect, I am suggesting a person of Reason Personified's mindset.
My take on Karma: I've never seen it operating in the real world. The only correlations between what you do and what happens to you are logical consequences that can be foreseen and explained without resorting to such superstitious nonsense. Outside of that I see only the randomness that is the real nature of things. Undeserved fortune and misfortune fall just as frequently as just deserts.