Karma is good because it keeps life interesting.
Many gurus make karma difficult to understand. There is much debate as to what it is. Some think it is outside of their religion.
Wouldn’t one like to know just for awareness?
To reduce or increase karma to save time and energy?
All enlightened gurus, buddhas, and enlightened masters are aware of this.
I witnessed a road rage incident where a man got out of his car at a red light, went to the door of the driver of a minivan and yelled at the window for a minute. When the light turned green, he went to get back in his car, but his door was locked.
One sees an improvement in the quality of life after becoming aware of karma.
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Karma is the result of action
Today some believe that this law means there is a force in the sky judging us.
After one is aware of, one’s karma, they can use it towards one’s success.
Still, it doesn’t mean that gratification is instant — gratification can take longer, or more quickly, than one expects.
Intention is also important.
Imagine two cars speeding on the highway passing a police car.
Flashing lights, the officer pulls one car over, and approaches the car to find an anxious, young, man and a frantic, pregnant, young woman, in the passenger side seat. The man has both hands clutching the steering wheel, and clenching his jaw. The woman clutching whatever she can, gasping sporadically in agony.
“My wife is in labor!” Shouts the gentleman to the officers melted reaction.
“I’ll escort you both to the hospital.” repays the officer.
A week later the second car was pulled over for speeding, and the driver arrested for,”Possession of illegal substances with intent to distribute.”
An action is never wasted…even though a long time may pass from its creation to its resultant effect, no single action is ever wasted. Sometimes it may take a lifetime for the reaction. So we should keep on generating positive actions without worrying for the results.
energy input = energy output.
“For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction.” -Isaac Newton.
One should be aware of karma.
I hope this helps.