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Simple precautions to steer clear of bad Karma

Simple precautions to steer clear of bad Karma

It’s relieving to observe that more and more people are afraid of bad Karma nowadays, and to avoid it, they subconsciously develop certain societal manners such as treating other people nicely and with respect. Therefore, it’s easy to spot these Karma-avoiders who carefully use polite manners to hide their egos, and navigate with empathy not to break a human’s heart, which is not a bad thing at all. I totally believe that every single effort to steer clear of bad Karma significantly counts when it comes to scraping through our upper-conscious on our individual path to become a better person. God gave us eyes to see the beauty in nature and hearts to see the beauty in each other. With this mindset, you will no longer wish to make a statement such as ‘she is ugly’ or ‘he is cruel’. Since beauty and goodness are relevant terms, not every single one of us is also hundred percent bad, fair, or amoral. There are degrees to everything. Relatively speaking, the meaning of perfection may equally vary and can be deceptive in our limited worldly vision toward substantial perceptions. I guess most of you are probably aware by now, that the reality of matters is hidden under the duality of life, itself.

5 Comments

  1. Miranda Simon wrote:

    I often think what bad karma is, but I don’t invest the same amount of time thinking what substantial karma is. Does fear rule our emotions/ if it does than it’s not a bad thing…

    Saturday, August 11, 2012 at 19:41 | Permalink
  2. Kevin Badetti wrote:

    Some people do have bad karma due to past-life mistakes. That’s why only the wisest ancient cultures refrained from it while others got tempted by cruelty.

    Tuesday, August 14, 2012 at 18:15 | Permalink
  3. Doris Black wrote:

    I’m paying for all the good and the bad behavior I’ve possessed so far, like all of us, no exceptions. There is a price you pay for everything in life and it includes karma-definitely.

    Wednesday, August 15, 2012 at 11:39 | Permalink
  4. Elliott Mc Gregor wrote:

    Life is like mirror and never lies. Each reflection you see represents the groundwork which you have previously laid in. I’m currently working on a short story about bad karma and thanks for pressing a finger on the point where it really aches. I guess I’m infected by it.

    Wednesday, August 15, 2012 at 11:43 | Permalink
  5. Tansu USLU wrote:

    good karma, bad karmaa which is mine

    Saturday, October 20, 2012 at 22:15 | Permalink

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