I would love to say no although I do. I have done a lot of bad shit in my life including lying, cheating, and stealing. I have been in and out of jail for dumb shit I should not have done. In return from all that I have had nothing but bad luck. Shit man even my dog randomly got hit by a car. $2500 down the drain... I can go on forever this year has been nothing but bad karma from my past I have almost paid back everything I have stolen at this point. Too me its all karma if I would not have stolen all that shit back in the day well then I would not have had this debt to pay now.
There are laws of physics that say that any energy that has been put into this world has to come back around to level everything out so I agree that karma exists. I too have done some bad things in my past and I feel like I've spent the last ten years of my life paying the price though thankfully things are finally starting to level out.
I say yes. I try to live my life as if Karma does exist even if we don't see karma pan out until after death. All my actions are based on the idea that if I treat people badly it will come back to haunt me.
Yes I do, Whatever we do, we get the result for the same. Our deeds are responsible for our happiness or sadness. Whoever we are, we are just because of our karmas. And I think this is the main reason why all religion are Karma pradhan (Suppose deeds are more important than destiny). They all inspires us to do good works and make our future happy and content.
The bible teaches the law of karma. Judge not, lest you be judged - with the measure you use, it will done unto you and so do Bhuddists. I guess most religions teach this and some atheists believe it too e.g. what comes around goes around.
they say a good deed or favour done to somebody always finds a way to come back to you with it's rewards. and this simply explains karma. if you observe the world around you with keen eyes you would know that life is like a circle and your deeds follow you everywhere you go. In some way or the other you get rewarded or punished for your deeds. and for us to know this, we just have to look back at our lives and we will know whether theory of karma exists or not!!
by Delilarose316 9 years ago
What comes around goes around..
by philirodje 7 years ago
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by Stacy Harris 7 years ago
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