What Is the Difference between Karma and Dharma?

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Karma is a series of past events, people, and conditions that are still present in our lives as difficulties to be faced and overcome while Dharma is well defined as a way of conduct we have to transition into our lives as an outcome of alignment with our Karma. Dharma can be understood as the path rather than the final achievement itself, while Karma is best known as the law of action and reaction, that is, every action generates a consequence. Dharma is something one must spend a lifetime achieving whereas karma changes from moment to moment.
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