• Serena Tan

Karma of Life

I think sometimes that I would might have bad karma for the meanest things I have thought, then again, I always think of the good stuff too. Then sometimes when we can’t figure how to stop a person from spreading false reality about someone else, we gave up and leave it to the person’s karma! or badmouthing the others all the time for jeolousy sake..

Just like in 156, we decided to leave this man alone for his own drinking and seating. His mouth could be worst than any market-auntie’s mouth,….. chi chi chi with all the nonsense without admitting the root of the chi chi chi chi is his own bloody fault. Let him chi chi chi chi more and let his own karma deal with him.

Karma is totally not another term for retribution !

Then today I was wondering, everyone self has a self in which karma comes back be it good or bad inside.

Karma (Sanskrit: कर्म kárma (help·info), kárman– “act, action, performance”[1]; Pali: kamma) is the concept of “action” or “deed” in Indian religions understood as that which causes the entire cycle of cause and effect (i.e., the cycle called samsara) described in Hindu, Jain, Sikh and Buddhist philosophies. The philosophical explanation of karma can differ slightly between traditions, but the general concept is basically the same. It is usually understood as a sum of all that an individual has done, is currently doing and will do. The results or ‘fruits’ of actions are called karma-phala. Karma is not about retribution, vengeance, punishment or reward; karma simply deals with what is. The effects of all deeds actively create past, present and future experiences, thus making one responsible for one’s own life, and the pain and joy it brings to them and others. In religions that incorporate reincarnation, karma extends through one’s present life and all past and future lives as well. A good explaination of speaking thought out here


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