"Instant Karma's Gonna
Get You" - 1970 AD John Lennon
"You reap what you
sow" - 31 AD Jesus
"What goes around
comes around" - Anonymous
"There are both good and
bad consequences" - 2001 AD Michael Snell Jr.
The law of Karma governs our physical and
spiritual life. We are all influenced by this universal law. Are we
ultimately responsible for our actions or is there a cosmic short cut, that with
a little luck will not exact a repercussion. If we can learn to live
according to the law of Karma, we will improve our quality of life.
All aspects of our lives are influenced directly
There are no accidents, only the result of our
individual and collective actions. The law of Karma explains why illness,
accidents and disasters come to some people while others enjoy abundant, happy,
healthy and joyful lives.
One way to think about Karma is that our thoughts
are the genesis to our actions or we become what we think about. Our
destiny results from this
The law of Karma is very simple, has been
known for thousands of years and is known in Christian teachings, as well as in
many other cultures.
Whatever you do to others - will be done to
you, sooner or later.
This law is straightforward and logical, it
sometimes is hard to believe and some people think they may somehow get around
it. Whatever your life style, you will attract persons around you, that
have a same or similar Karma as you. If you are argumentative, notice that
you attract other contentious people. If you are kind and loving, you will
attract peace and harmony. The only sure way to change the karma that appears in
your life is to change your attitude, thoughts and behavior.
This law applies to us individually as well as
our families, groups, employers, cities, counties and the entire universe.