So you don’t have to be Buddhist to use logic, but if you are Buddhist, then there’s four laws you have to know. We call them the four laws of seeds, and I explain why they are logical in my book, but for easy reference, here they are here:
1. Seeds are definite: what you do to others is what you get back
2. Seeds increase: the result can be much larger than the cause
3. Not done, not experienced: if you don’t plant the mental seed you can’t experience the result
4. Done, must experience: if you do plant the seed, you have to experience the result
There’s a lot more about this in my book (pages 116-125), but if you have any questions you can post them below.
Another set of four we should know if the four results of any mental seed:
1. Similar: what you do to others will come back to you
2. Habit: anything you do once, you plant the mental seed to do again
3. Environment: your world is the result of the seeds you have planted
4. Projecting: your world in the future will resemble the seeds you are planting now
Again, more on this in the book… or comment here.