I thought this piece in the New Yorker, written a few days ago by comedian Woody Allen, was funny and worth sharing with my friends. People who have lost their fortunes recently are scouting the horizon to discover the cause of their adversity. Quite a few have decided that it was Bernie Madoff.
In this piece of fiction Woody Allen describes how nature’s subtle law of reincarnation ensures that everyone gets what’s coming to them. It’s not the first time that Woody Allen has given a nod to the notion of rebirth. He briefly featured Vaishnavas explaining the subject in one of his films.