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KARMA & REINCARNATION
Why Bad Things Happen to Good People

by Sravaniya DiPecoraro

$9.99 Paperback
$7.99 E-book
Available at Amazon and iBookStore
Also available at other online retailers.

Pages 120
Barefoot Philosopher Press August 3, 2018
Size 5.5 x 0.6 x 8.5 inches
ISBN-10: 988-78868-0-7
ISBN-13:  978-988-78868-0-8

Book Details

Originally a lecture given by Sravaniya DiPecoraro at the Hong Kong ISKCON Center in May 2018, Karma & Reincarnation is a simplified look at a complex subject.

Uncompromising and direct, the author expands the explanations in more depth in Part Two and backs up the points made with direct quotations from authorized ancient scriptures. Fascinating!

News and Reviews
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“Sravaniya DiPecoraro presents a decisive, dynamic view
of destiny and freedom according to the Gita while
enthusiastically encouraging us to exercise our free will
to experience our full potential.”

- Pranada Comtois, devoted pilgrim, teacher and awardwinning author of Wise-Love: Bhakti and the Search for the Soul of Consciousness

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“We can celebrate Sravaniya DiPecoraro's new book, Karma and Reincarnation — Why Bad Things Happen to Good People. Her tough-love kind of tell-it-to-you straight style of writing is engaging and accessible to a contemporary reader, full of examples and illustrations from our current lives and world.

“DiPecoraro is an erudite teacher and most authorized to speak as a senior disciple of Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada, who brought the timeless teachings of Bhagavad Gita and Bhakti Yoga to the Western world in 1965. As a scholar/practitioner, readers will experience her grasp of the pulse of the modern day in her ability to cut through misconceptions of complex philosophical ideas, with deep and pertinent realization, following in the line of her beloved teacher.

“Ancient answers made applicable for the deepest questions of life. What could be more important for the confused and self-destructive world we live in today? We are grateful!”

- Rukmini Walker, The Urban Devi Collective www.urbandevi.com