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  • First is sattvika-karman, actions performed without attachment after the fruit, or phala, the "moral reward" or "karmic payoff" of the action; second, rajasa-karman, action performed from ego specifically for pleasure; third, tamasa-karman, performed by a confused or deluded individual with no concern for moral or spiritual consequences of the action (see Goldman Sachs).

    Derek Beres: Is Tipping Good For Your Karma?

  • First is sattvika-karman, actions performed without attachment after the fruit, or phala, the "moral reward" or "karmic payoff" of the action; second, rajasa-karman, action performed from ego specifically for pleasure; third, tamasa-karman, performed by a confused or deluded individual with no concern for moral or spiritual consequences of the action (see Goldman Sachs).

    Derek Beres: Is Tipping Good For Your Karma?

  • First is sattvika-karman, actions performed without attachment after the fruit, or phala, the "moral reward" or "karmic payoff" of the action; second, rajasa-karman, action performed from ego specifically for pleasure; third, tamasa-karman, performed by a confused or deluded individual with no concern for moral or spiritual consequences of the action (see Goldman Sachs).

    Derek Beres: Is Tipping Good for Your Karma?

  • Leucaena leucoce-phala leaf stalk, 15-25 cm long soils, slightly acidic to slightly and over

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  • -- This, too, cannot be, we rejoin; that dissolution is the result (phala) and cannot therefore be the object of the injunction.

    The Vedanta-Sutras with the Commentary by Ramanuja — Sacred Books of the East, Volume 48

  • -- But, we rejoin, even if this be accepted as a thing to be realised, it is not the object (vishaya) of the injunction -- that it cannot be for the second reason just stated -- but its final result (phala).

    The Vedanta-Sutras with the Commentary by Ramanuja — Sacred Books of the East, Volume 48

  • 'Visesha phala panchamruta abhishekam' was performed to the idol of Madhvacharya.

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  • (but existing previously to the injunction), and is of the nature either of cause (nimitta) or a result aimed at (phala).

    The Vedanta-Sutras with the Commentary by Ramanuja — Sacred Books of the East, Volume 48

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