Karma- #FPQ

Fandango hosts Fandango’s Provocative Question. Each week he will pose what he think is a provocative question for our consideration…

Karma refers to both the actions and the consequences of the actions. This week’s provocative question is about karma.

Do you believe in karma (or a similar “reap what you sow” notion)? Why or why not?

Absolutely, I do believe in karma.
But not in the archaic philosophy that the actions of our previous birth affects our destiny at present or guides our current actions.

I think that our actions in the past (of our present life) have consequences that affect our future. The Universe has a certain balance, that we can’t comprehend or foresee. Each action, whether positive or negative hangs is scaled and it’s balanced before our lives are over.

Even if it seems that our good deeds of the present are insignificant or have no effect, I believe that someday we will be rewarded for all our good deeds, whether we realise it or not.
For those who behave in a cruel manner, who harm others and are responsible for giving pain to others, karma will come to bite them in the ass, regardless of their wealth or status. We may not see it, but each person gets their dues when karma comes calling.

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    1. Sometimes it might seem that way.. But I believe that in some sphere/aspect of their life, they will suffer negative consequences, even if we don’t get to see or enjoy it 😜
      Atleast I choose to believe so, if only to keep a little faith in this unfair and cynical world.

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  1. I would certainly like to think, like you said “karma will come to bite them in the ass”. Even though I’m not really sure about it but atleast it helps with my mental peace.

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  2. I’m a Karma believer too. Atleast people reduce their worst deeds in the fear of being reverted back in the future(present life’s).
    There were many moments I felt karma really works.
    One instance was, I recently attempted a entrance exam which was in OMR form, I didn’t shade the circles completely and the invigilator whom I had never seen before (we were wearing our masks) gave me extra time and asked me to shade them to avoid negative score.
    I felt so happy and said to myself that my good deeds saved me!
    I loved your answer!❤️

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    1. Thank you so much 😊
      That’s a really good thing, coz usually invigilators are quite professional or curt, not always the generous sort.
      It’s all about our beliefs, whether we acknowledge karma’s role in our life or not. ☺️

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  3. I do believe that too and I’ve seen it work at least on a very small scale with me on several occasions, although that might also be a case of mere coincidences.

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    1. I believe it’s all about our belief, whether we want to see certain things in some ways or not.
      I’ve seen some instances too, that makes me keep my faith in the concept of karma.
      😊 Thank you for reading and commenting!

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