According to chaos theory, everything that you do will cause a chain of events that changes you future drastically. So, if you make safe decisions, usually fate will not stab at you. But making safe decisions and right decisions aren’t always the same thing. Karma can smite you, even if you do what’s good, but it will be worth it in the end because your conscience will be clear.
Extraordinarily, one of my strongest and unforgettable childhood memories is when I called my brother stupid and after a while I got stumble with my feet crossed. Loll! My brother told me that I God punished me for being mean-that seemed to make sense in the Catholic framework in which I was raised. Perhaps if I was raised as a Buddhist or Spiritist, my brother would have told me it was “Karma”, or a spiritual theory of moral causation that teaches the power of good action or deed. Karma can be demonstrated by the phrase “What goes around comes around” and “You reap what you sow”. And this is a fairly common belief adopted by many cultures that has real effects on our behavior and on society.
Many spiritual teachers claim that karma is like debts owed. Sometimes there are positive debts, “Good Karma,” and sometimes there are…
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