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Thoughts on karma?
"Cause and effect". Karma, when understood appropriately, is actually a very significant factor to take into account when determining behavior. Not in regard to subjective moral belief’s, but quite literally, what you do to others or your environment is going to effect you in some way. In understanding that we all coexist along this web of interconnection that is "Reality", this knowledge is essential to one’s well being as well as the collective well being of all life in the cosmos.
"What goes around comes around". For example, If you are malicious toward others, you may conjure a resentful disposition within them, contributing to the pain that others are now forced to endure from this one individual due to your behavior toward them. Given that the vast majority of individuals have lost their will to do good within this cycle of resentment, your contribution to this vicious pattern now finds it’s way back to you through one of these individuals.
This is just one example of the thousands that take place in your life between those you associate with everyday. Maintain a constructive, positive disposition, and you will encourage others to do the same. Be aware of what you contribute to the web. Recognize the necessity in adjusting your disposition and behavior so that you may ease the pain of others, for in doing so, you will ease your own.
Sometimes, I think I’m no help to some people. Then again, what’s the use of ranting to the void of nothing? It’s not even about being fortunate, or acts of kindness, or trying so hard to be such a caring person at heart when all you do is try and make the most of it. Some people have the ears to listen to you and some people get tired of you. Some people don’t know what to do for you. And all you can do is tell them thank you and sit there while you figure it out. Wait and figure it out because you know it’s really not the end.
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