Laws of Causation

Everything that is named and that is not, follows 3 laws of causation. The three laws are,

  1. An effect can never be without a cause.  Ex: Waves cannot be without the ocean.
  2. Effects are nothing but the cause itself in different form. Ex: Big wave, medium wave, small wave, lather, foam, bubble are different forms of ocean.
  3. From the effect, if the cause is removed nothing remains. Ex: From the clay pot if the clay is removed nothing remains.
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