July 8, 2008 10:24pm CST
is Karma true?
9 responses
• United States
8 Aug 08
I think Karma is completely true
@free2lmao (230)
• United States
21 Jul 08
Yes, I believe so...You do reap what you sow...Every time I do something and something happens to me somebody always gotta say karmas a b****...
@amrishkj (297)
• India
11 Jul 08
Karma is indeed true. I have seen in the family that whoever went against their parents were given back by their own childern with the same coin. Also if possible teach Mr.Bush about Karma because he is going to hate when it comes back to him.
• United States
10 Jul 08
I think so. And I hope so. I just read something that someone posted on Youtube and it disgusted me. People are so ignorant and mindless. Karma works in many ways and I think that they will definitely experience some bad misfortune. Sometimes karma may be a delayed reaction, but in the end it will most likely be there.
• United States
9 Jul 08
i strongly believe in comes back in 10 folds weather it is good or bad. just remeber for every actiont here is a reaction. i also believe in murphys law lol. you get bad what you put out though. i have tried very hard to get my kids to relize that too. it makes you a better person if you just treat people the way you want to be treated.
• United States
9 Jul 08
I do believe in Karma. I think you get the energy back that you give out. It might not be in ways that you can directly see but what you do now will effect something in your future either directly or indirectly.
• South Africa
9 Jul 08
I don't think that it really exists as some funny cosmic force which is there to keep the balance but I do think that it is a good idea to follow anyway. It is just generally nice to do good things to help people. Perhaps that warm fuzzy feeling you get afterwards is a reward on its own. If everyone is following the ideals of karma then people will have good things happening to them because there will be other people causing them.
@williamjisir (22903)
• China
9 Jul 08
I think that karma is true because what goes around will come around some day. So it reminds us to always be nice people and do nice things. Thanks, 51911.
@margaux08 (1094)
• Philippines
9 Jul 08
Basically, the idea of Karma states that whatever we do will come back to us. It is actually scriptural. Karma's message is "what you sow, you reap." Exactly what the Bible also states that what we sow, we reap. If we sow spiritual things, we'll be reaping abundant spiritual things. If we sow fleshly desires, then that is also what we're gonna reap.