Good or bad actions have equal or greater reciprocal consequences that surround us throughout life's journey
Do you believe in karma? Do you believe that life has a natural way of rewarding those that do good in the world and penalizing those that negatively affect lives of those around them? If not, then perhaps you should look around more closely and see how your life or life of people that you know has been impacted in a positive or in a negative way based on specific actions that were taken by you or those that you know. I believe that life has a natural way of resolving and addressing actions that we take as people every day, whether it’s doing or saying something bad or mean to intentionally hurt another person verbally and then walking away like nothing has happened while watching another person struggle to find a way out of a negative and difficult situation, or receiving unexpected reward, opportunity, acknowledgement. Why? Because, some time ago you helped another person in need. That is why when one does something good, he or she should expect that some day something good and positive will happen in their own life, usually when we don’t expect it. Conversely, when one does something bad, damaging, negative towards another individual or a group of people, he or she should expect for bad energy, bad karma to come back to them at some point in life. That is why when somebody hurts us verbally or take action to make our life more difficult, damaging our reputation or image, just know that such negative behavior will be addressed by karma someday naturally. We do not have to engage in similar type of negative behavior just to hurt someone back, we should instead walk away from such situation or person and allow life and karma to address it someday.
What we can and should do is to focus on creating positive moments for others, helping those in need when we can and have an opportunity to do so, whether it’s helping financially, by giving a useful advice, listening to another person’s needs and concerns, and working together to find to overcome such concerns, motivating and inspiring someone to keep moving forward in life, and continue pursuing their goals and dreams in life. It’s also very important to offer such help with genuine intentions to help without expecting something in return. Wouldn’t you want to help someone who has done something good for you and others, just because they wanted to help and were able to do so when need was there? Someone who gave you their last dollar when you really needed it, even though they knew that doing so would create a major challenge in their own life? Of course, we would. That’s exactly how karma works, it creates opportunities and situations in our life to mirror our actions that we take as we go through life’s journey. So, why not live the life being surrounded by positive energy, knowing that good things will come our way, if we add more positivity in the lives of others while helping them to deal with difficulties encountered along the way? It’s so much easier to go through life while having positive karma surrounding you vs. knowing that one day your negative actions or words will com back to you life a boomerang. That’s why people that focus on making a world a better place for themselves and others never worry what is going to happen tomorrow, because, they only see and believe in good in people, life, even if other people don’t see it or refuse to see it in their actions.
So, remember, that our actions both positive and negative have reciprocal consequences. If you want good, then you should do good, that’s how invisible but always present life’s justice system – karma – works in a wonderful thing called life.
I hope you enjoyed reading this module as much as I enjoyed writing it, and hope that you found it to be very useful for you or someone else that you may know. Please feel free to share this post if you know someone who may benefit from reading it same way you did
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