Do you believe in karma?

karma - karma karma
By Link
United States
August 23, 2010 9:52pm CST
Do you? Why or why not? I believe in karma, many people do even if it is not the belief of their religion. Belief in karma is not even necessarily religious.
10 responses
@ABHY14 (15)
• Philippines
14 Sep 10
yes i always believe in karma as they say, dont do to others what u dont want them to do with you, i always believe in karma, it is proven always.. so i do not do bad things to others because im afraid it will also happen to me right?
• India
31 Aug 10
I neither believe in Karma nor in its principle that Karma is the effects of a person's actions that determine their fate in this life and the next incarnation. I do not believe in incarnation or rebirth. I rather believe in intentions than in Karma. One performs action only after his intentions make him act. If intentions are right, then person's Karma too will be right. If intentions are wrong then karma too will be wrong. Therefore, I believe intentions are more important than Karma. It is the intention that determines the fate of one’s life. It also determines if ones action would be acceptable in the sight of God or not.
@celticeagle (158704)
• Boise, Idaho
24 Aug 10
Yes, I very much believe in Karma! I feel that I would be in a nut house somewhere if it wasn't for Karma.There have been a lot of injustice down through the years for me and I feel it is the outcome of bad decisions and follows some people for a long time. It is some peoples just deserts.
• Philippines
24 Aug 10
I do believe in karma. Whether it is a good karma or bad karma. I agree that karma is not really a religious thought. It is philosophical. Cause whatever you do, there are really some consequences that you will face. Of course if you have done something wrong, it will also cause you harm. And if you did the right thing, people will also be good to you and will return the favor afterwards.
@Memnon (2170)
27 Aug 10
I'm not sold on karma, but I do believe that we should get what is deserved. However, too many people such as Mugabe seem to get away with all sorts without facing any consequences.
@skmak110 (79)
25 Aug 10
According to the (Hinduism and Buddhism) the effects of a person's actions that determine his destiny in his next incarnation. I don't know for real, what to believe in this sense. I can only say there might be a payback time for mankind. If you want to be good, be good and if Bad, be that as well. You'll reap what you sow. Really, we need help here isn'it it?
@maylaine (441)
• Philippines
24 Aug 10
yes i do! i dont think karma has something to do in is about cycle of life..."everything you do it will bounce back to you..."
• Philippines
24 Aug 10
I think it merely states the law of physics that "what comes up must fall down". But the only difference is they talk about it in a mystical way. Well, surely if you punch someone in the face, your gonna get what you deserve. That i believe..
@p3ks626 (6538)
• Philippines
24 Aug 10
I also believe in karma. As you said, there are a lot of people who believe in it and I am also one of them. There's a reason why they believe in them and I think one of the reasons is that they have experienced karma themselves.
@Suzieqmom (2755)
• United States
24 Aug 10
Yes, I do, although not in a religious way. I think we can bring on our own "bad karma" by not focusing on the positive things around us. I also think you should generally try to avoid people ahe exude negativity, because I think their bad karma can infect you too. I believe the idea of karma is related to the concept of "what goes around, comes around." If you try to lead a positive, productive life, help others, and stay on the high road, you will have good karma, and people will respond to you in kind. If you choose a darker or more negative path, well, then that's the path you chose, and don't be surprised if bad things happen as a result.