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  1. There is no exact analogy to these concepts, such as in Taoism.
    But the idea of conformity or non-conformity with Dhamma – niyama, the universal law, can be considered a certain analogy. Dhamma-niyama determines the existence of samsara and Nibbana. Samsara is in this sense opposed to Nibbana. There is no suffering in Nibbana because it is Dhamma-niyama.
    Accordingly, all good actions of a person leading to Nibbana are in some sense harmonious, as they reduce suffering. And the actions that lead to hell and bring suffering will be opposite in sign, i.e. they bring chaos and disharmony.

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