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Why You Should Believe in Karma

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Karma. What a crazy, unpredictable, indescribable phenomenon. Informally defined as"destiny following as effect from cause", Karma is an idea developed and cherished by Buddhism, as well as Hinduism. It refers also to the spiritual principle of cause and effect where the actions of an individual influence his or her future. My favorite way of thinking about the word Karma, is simply, what goes around comes around. Whatever definition you support or read about, one thing seems pretty clear. Karma is a big deal.

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Karma is a very real concept, that I now take seriously. Not in every instance of life, but I've seen Karma work in ways that make insane amounts of sense. Acts of kindness, such as allowing a car to merge in front of you during rush hour, or leaving a generous tip, or maybe paying for a stranger's coffee, are all noticed by"something", and that deed does not unnoticed, something good will then happen to you. I'm not saying you're gonna win the lottery if you hold the door open for someone (although that would be pretty amazing), but maybe you'll find a dollar on the ground as you're walking to class, as an example.
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Have you seen Karma work for and against you?
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Newton's third law is: For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. The same thing fits in Karma theory. Karma is nothing but actions, and it will react as per your own actions.
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I believe in the Law of karma if all the following points are considered.What happens to us in life is a mix of your own karma, others karma and surrounding events on earth.
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Maybe it has something to do with the fact that karma together with reincarnation offers the most original, logical, consistent and scientific explanation available to mankind, as to why people are born with such different fates - some people are born into a life of poverty. Some people are born in a war zone. Some are born with bodily deformities, while other people are born into a life of success and fame in wealthy, influential families.
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Maybe it has something to do with the fact that karma together with reincarnation offers the most original, logical, consistent and scientific explanation available to mankind, as to why people are born with such different fates - some people are born into a life of poverty. Some people are born in a war zone. Some are born with bodily deformities, while other people are born into a life of success and fame in wealthy, influential families.
Are you saying those people who have deformities and born into war deserved what happened to them?
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Frankly, I don’t believe in Karma if you meant doing something and get the result in a completely unrelated way. But, I think Karma exists in some way, just not by that name.
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Great apes have an innate sense of justice. Not just humans but many/most of our cousins, baboons, chimps, gorillas, etc. We find a desire for fairness and justice in all of them. But the universe doesn’t look Just. When we see children dying from cancer or tornadoes or the larvae of a deadly insect we observe a random and callous world and that conflicts with our innate desire to see a balance.
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Frankly, I don’t believe in Karma if you meant doing something and get the result in a completely unrelated way. But, I think Karma exists in some way, just not by that name.
Wait, what? I got confused..
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Great apes have an innate sense of justice. Not just humans but many/most of our cousins, baboons, chimps, gorillas, etc. We find a desire for fairness and justice in all of them. But the universe doesn’t look Just. When we see children dying from cancer or tornadoes or the larvae of a deadly insect we observe a random and callous world and that conflicts with our innate desire to see a balance.
Hahaha!
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Well, there are tonnes of problems with the Karma theory. For starters, the theory as per orthodox Hinduism is totally different than what is being taught by the new age gurus such as Deepak Chopra and Oprah Winfrey. Its a mass of contradictions.
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I don't Believe
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Karma is a nice
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