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What is karma?

Asked by E. Barnes, Last updated: Sep 16, 2020

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Hanneke

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Hanneke
Hanneke , Teacher, PhD, Ontario

Answered Jun 04, 2020

Karma is believing to be the repercussion for some actions or decisions we make. Most people see karma as the result for bad things.

Karma in simple words is “what you sow you reap”. For example, if you help someone with something good, you can also receive something good in return but not necessarily from the person you helped.

Sometime, better things than you have done comes your way, also when you do bad deeds to someone, you can also expect bad deeds to return to you.

Sometimes it can be worse than what you have done and the result of your bad deeds may come back to you from another source not necessarily from the person you offended.

Most people use karma as a guide on how they treat others because they are aware of the repercussions of all their actions.

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W.Willow

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Answered Feb 19, 2020

Karma is known to be something that may happen depending on the actions of people. For example, if you do something that is good to other people, you can expect that you will also receive good deeds, or you will get some rewards in return. At the same time, when you do bad deeds, you can also expect that those bad deeds will return to you.

Some refer to this as the cause and effect. Some say that the things that will happen to them will only occur because they have already done something that will surely affect their future. Remember that karma is considered to be an action by some people.

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E.Emily

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Answered Feb 19, 2020

Karma can be considered to be both good and bad. This usually refers to a work or a deed that a person has done, and it will come back to that person when the right time comes. For example, if a person cheats on someone while in a relationship, then the person who did the cheating should expect that it is also something that he/she would experience later on in life.

Usually, the things that people do to themselves and to other people will manifest later on in their lives. They might reap the rewards of the good things that they did or experience the wrath of the bad things that they have done to other people.

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