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What is the karma according to you?

  1. Deepak Chaturvedi profile image71
    Deepak Chaturvediposted 19 months ago

    What is the karma according to you?

    In the Geeta the holy book of Hindus .; lord kishana says a lot of about karma but what we take as karma for livinghood is known to limited only for Our bread and butter related work and its importance ends after getting the result so what we quoted as karna is a different kind of act or say selfless act.

  2. dashingscorpio profile image86
    dashingscorpioposted 19 months ago


    Most believe Karma is: Whatever you put out comes back to you.
    If you do kind deeds others will perform kind deeds in your life and by contrast if you do evil deeds you will experience evil in your life.
    In reality it's utter nonsense!
    Anyone who has lived beyond a certain age is going to have bad crap show up in their life no matter how "good" they have been to others. Be kind to people because it's the right thing to do and not because of hopes that you will be {paid back} by the universe.
    Everyone experiences both joy and pain in their lifetime!

  3. Johnny James A profile image77
    Johnny James Aposted 19 months ago

    I personally do not believe in a religious or spiritual karma.  Sometimes people who do bad things never face punishment, and sometimes good people seem to get the short end of the straw all of the time.  That being said I do believe in a "karma of the knowing individual."  Basically this belief if that "most" people are inherently good people, and when they see evil being done that they will try to balance things out by stepping up and doing good.  For instance, if a person is being bullied unfortunately you will see a lot of people turn the other way and not help.  However, these people who do not help the child being bullied may be more assertive in not allowing their child to bully others.  They may also shy away from helping the bully when they bully needs help which will hopefully get the bully to see their behavior isolates them.  For those who have the courage to face the bully not only will they help the victim but may be viewed in higher esteem by others and receive more help.  In all, we make our own karma "when we know what is going on."

  4. Dr CHE Sadaphal profile image79
    Dr CHE Sadaphalposted 19 months ago

    Karma is the idea that life gives back to you what you invest in it.

    According to me, karma is invalidated my experience. That is, anyone who has been a adult for some time can testify to the fact that righteous people suffer and evil people excel.

    In the West, people tend to think of karma in a positive sense yet the hidden underbelly of karma actually is quite pessimistic: it suggests that people who are down on their luck are the worthy recipients of their misfortune and are thus unworthy of compassion.