Definitely. I am a strong believer and even wrote about it in one of my hubs!
It affetcs us in many ways. We just don't know how
Yes, I believe in Kharma. Apparently it is a matter of balance, of equilibrium. You can notice Kharma in action very easily. Watch someone who is driving erratically and inconsiderately in traffic. He (or she) will cut someone off, or dart out in front of another motorist. Keep you eye on this guy and watch how exactly the same sort of thing happens to him. It's almost tit for tat. It's not deliberate on the part of other drivers. It just seems to be a matter of 'what you dish out you get back' and on the roads it is often almost immediate.
It's not a question of belief, karma is a reality, the word means, cause. In a dualistic world, every effect has a cause - karma and rebirth, cause and effect.
hell yeah.. what goes round comes round, bite me i'm gona bite ya back twice as hard lol
ops, it's after midnite again.. wasn't me.
seriously tho.. i've had my share of people doing me wrong, and karma has gone back to bite them. (no not me, i don't bite, much!)
a year ago i got payback on someone who had done me wrong.. and it came back to bite me..
when karma strikes, it's not just a single blow either, it's 10fold.. i lost more than they did at the time.. although they had already had their 10 bites from their own karma. i've gotten through my losses due to karma, which took a bit of me understanding.. but i live an learnt..
keeping a good 'karma' is the only way to be no matter what!
i know it sounds corny but i beleave what goes around comes around it is the working nature of the world
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