yena yavan yathadharmo
dharmo veha samihitah
sa eva tat-phalam bhunkte
tatha tavad amutra vai
yena—by which person; yavan—to which extent; yatha—in which manner; adharmah—irreligious activities; dharmah—religious activities; va—or; iha—in this life; samihitah—performed; sah—that person; eva—indeed; tat-phalam—the particular result of that; bhunkte—enjoys or suffers; tatha—in that way; tavat—to that extent; amutra—in the next life; vai—indeed.
In proportion to the extent of one’s religious or irreligious actions in this life, one must enjoy or suffer the corresponding reactions of his karma in the next.
As stated in Bhagavad-gita (14.18):
Those who act in the mode of goodness are promoted to higher planetary systems to become demigods, those who act in an ordinary way and do not commit excessively sinful acts remain within this middle planetary system, and those who perform abominable sinful actions must go down to hellish life.

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