May 28, 2018 at 12:13 am #16063
The act of killing animals will result in a bad kamma vipaka. There is an intention to kill and this is the intention (kamma) that will result in the bad vipaka. Similarly the intention of giving the food to the poor will result in good vipaka. So in this context, these ACTIONS (of killing animals and giving to the poor) will result in good and bad vipaka.
For example if that person is born as a human, he may have lots of wealth and food (the result of giving) although he may be of bad health and have a low life span (the result of killing).