Karma. 4. Westerners often think Karma means “fate” or some kind of cosmic justice system, in the term of Buddhism, the meaning of Karma is different. 5.Karma is a Sanskirt that mean “action”, Karma also have a Pali spelling “ Kamma”, but it mean the same thing.
David Russell in Literature for Children: A Short Introduction (1946) makes an interesting point when he traces the origin of children’s literature to that of literature itself. He assumes that since all literature began orally, children’s literature too began its journey in the rudimentary beginnings of literature itself. His assumption is that all Greek and Roman children would have known Homer, Virgil or Ovid and this proves children’s enjoyment of adventures and fantasies. The middle Ages saw