do you bleive

United States
August 2, 2008 5:59pm CST
Do you belive the old saying what goes around comes around I use that all the time and I do belive I think that things do come back on you I always tried to do the best I can and be good to others it's hard but we have to,I always remind myself that what goes around comes around and I think it comes home harder I don't know that this is true or if it even means anything to anyone esle but it does to me and I like to think that thoses who are mean to others it comes back home to them....just a thought what do you guy's think...
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@riyasam (16582)
• India
3 Aug 08
i do believe in that saying.it is my experience that if you are good to others,it automatically someday comes back to you.
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• United States
3 Aug 08
Absolutely! Call it Karma, The Golden Rule, we reap what we sow, what goes around, comes around, for every action there is a reaction... I've seen it and believe it. It helps to keep us humans on track. Too bad some people don't believe it. They are often the ones who do harm to others.
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@tombiz (2039)
• Philippines
3 Aug 08
I do believe with that -- there will always be actions and equivalent reactions. What you sow is what you reap. This is always one of the universal law...still present up to today.
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@duranv (517)
• Honduras
3 Aug 08
You can hope it will be like that, whoever does a bad thing, it comes back. but if you look around you, you will see this is not necessarily so, I have known of dictators and high governement officials who have killed many people in their countries, stolen all the peoples money, done all sorts of crimes, they eventually lose power and are exiled to another country, but they end there days there in luxury and without a worry. So somehow I don't think this Karma deal has caught up with them, perhaps if reencarnation exists it will hit them in another life.
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• Philippines
3 Aug 08
We all people are not perfect but we can think if we are doing the things right or the things we do can hurt others.I'm not a perfect human but i always see to it that i don't harm others.But i'm just bothered how others see it.I always do good things to others but I'm still wondering why there are people who kept on keeping me down.I do believe in karma so I just let the karma be in them.Besides i've got many good karma's.
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• Philippines
3 Aug 08
It doesn't really work all the time. We are all conditioned with the cycle of whatever you did, it will return it to you. But check the internet for articles. You'll find lots of crimes committed against good folks. How then can we conclude that, that saying is absolutely true. There may be at times that you'll be feeling its presence to be true, but there are times when the world seems to turn its back to you, even if you've been doing good things all along.
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• Philippines
3 Aug 08
Yes I do believe in that saying. I think it's a kind of a way for fate to reward every good and bad things that we do.
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@NrgDfenZ (1810)
• Belgium
3 Aug 08
I don't believe it entirely, but it is something to think about :D I think that it will always come back in some form, maybe in an indirect form..
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@Ina926 (172)
• United States
3 Aug 08
Yes I do, I have also seen what happens to those who are mean or hurtful to others. I personally have no desire to see any person in pain or hurt even though they are mean to me. I leave things alone and they tend to work themselves out.
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@chenmeiyi (973)
• China
3 Aug 08
i also believe this. we should have a white conscience to do everything around us,even though it is just small.
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@jaffna (778)
• India
3 Aug 08
yep,i believe that so much....thats why am very careful in saying words to avoid fake and hurting comments...if we throw stones over others,we will be thrown by somebody one day....it will happen to make us feel how hard it could be when we are ill-treating somebody...i always prefer to be on the safer sides...
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@SusanLee (1920)
• United States
3 Aug 08
Yes, I believe it. I believe biblically it's called 'reaping what you sow' I think it's just one of those laws, like gravity, that God set in motion and it works for everyone. I also believe in 'never say never'. I think my cousin and I were talking about this years ago. We grew up, married, raised our children and did a lot of what we swore we never would. I think that's called 'eating crow'. We said one time if we really had to 'eat crow' we'd have the most feathers sticking out of our mouths.
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• Philippines
2 Aug 08
Hi there angelgirl3868! The Ethic of Reciprocity or the Golden Rule is a fundamental moral value which simply means "treat others as you would like to be treated." Or, others would say: "Do unto others what you want others do unto you." I do believe in Karma. I believe that we reap what we sow. This is the reason why we have to be very careful in our words and actions.
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• United States
2 Aug 08
I do believe in it. I have experienced this too many times to not believe what comes around goes around. Call it Karma, or whatever. I do believe that you get back what you put out. I do not see it as a punishment, to me it is more of a cause and effect thing. Or maybe we get back whatever we need to learn the lesson and grow from it.
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@dclary (141)
• United States
2 Aug 08
Absolutely 100%, there is no doubt that what comes around, goes around. If you do good, good will come to you. If you do bad it comes backs worse - unfortunately, some people don't believe this, if they did this world wouldn't be as messed up as it is.
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@Pose123 (21671)
• Canada
2 Aug 08
Hi angelgirl, I'm a very strong believer in that saying, or karma, as some people call it. In a sense we are all one and what we do to another we really are doing to ourselves. It is very important to treat others the way we want them to treat us. Blessings.
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• United States
3 Aug 08
Hi angelgirl, People can only get away with doing something wrong to other people before they get it back on them selves. Tobie is one who uses this saying. I do believe it. I have seen enough times where this has happened that I do believe it.