It is explained and described in many ways. According to Dictionary.com in Hinduism and Buddhism it is seen as actions bringing upon oneself inevitable results, good or bad, in this life or in a reincarnated life. This seems to be a traditional definition of a time honored belief.
Many of us now think of Karma as a just a trendy word. While others think of it as a BUZZ in the air that is always present and that represents another time honored belief that “what goes around, comes around.”
Some people think of it as fate, destiny or kismet, as “what will be, will be” – a result of predetermined conditions and actions.
All of the definitions that seem to be trending indicate that the general consensus is that Karma is determined by a persons actions at some time. So a logical person who believes in Karma might want to take that fact to heart in all relationships, both business and personal. By handling relationship issues with a positive approach that is self-protective and open minded, you theoretically protect yourself from bad Karma befalling you at a later date, in retribution for any of your prior actions against others. In other words by following the golden rule “do unto others as you would have them do unto you” a person should earn good Karma. If you believe in Karma you will also believe that everyone will reap what they have sown and that justice will be served by it.
Karma is not only about today it’s about tomorrow too and believing that what we do today helps create the quality of our tomorrows, and that belief in this concept will help us to always try to create better todays and tomorrows.
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