Sometimes I do and sometimes I don't. I really only believe in karma when it comes to people doing wrong to one another, it usually does catch up with them but when people do good deeds I rarely see anything good come to them after that.
For me, karma is connected to every thought, feeling, word and action. Each of these is a seed we plant, and we will receive what grows from that seed. May we share only loving and wholesome thoughts and actions.
But it is not about punishment. It's about learning how to be loving all the time, and sharing only love.
See you on the journey!
Thanks. I like the way you think. But it's hard to be concentrated on so many things all the time.
Agreed - meditating for 30 years now, and it's still a challenge - breath by breath - but a joyful one, once the thinking mind settles down a bit!
It is like the cycle of life. Whatever you do, it will come back even though you may know or may not notice. Every action will result a consequence. So, Karma will be always there even though you may not believe or know about it.
It is just like the good old saying "What comes around, goes around". It may not be right away, or it may be soon, but it always does. I have learned to always strive to be a blessing and to do the right thing. In return good things will happen and this will create more peace in one's life.
I believe that whatsoever a man sows, that shall he also reap. Sometimes it takes longer to catch up with people than for others, but I believe when it's all said and done, you reap what you sow -- loving or unloving choices. I endeavor to choose love in my thoughts, words and actions. It does make a difference in my peace.
Karma is the root cause of everything. Every action has equal and proportionate reactions. It is the rule of nature and we cannot get rid of it.
I do not believe in Karma for either the little nor the big things. Stuff happens, and people think that when bad things happen to them, that's Karma. On the other hand, I do live my life trying to create more good, to outweigh any perceived evil.
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