Karmic seeds planted today will either become plants that nourish or weeds that choke. Obviously, this statement applies to those who believe in karma – “the principle of retributive justice determining a person’s state of life and the state of his reincarnations as the effect of his past deeds”. But for those who do not accept this ancient eastern philosophical belief, a comparable modern western idiom, “laugh now, cry later”, may perhaps be more suitable to digest.
I will not argue for or against the validity of karma because it seems non-productive to argue beliefs. So much drama and hateful words generally degrades any civil attempt(s) at gaining understanding, purely based on that which requires faith. Thus, we either believe or we do not. In my life experience I find karma to be more than just a philosophical principle. For me, and I suspect many, “what goes around, come around”.
Such is the case with regard to cheating, specifically, in relationships. Does karma apply in this dramatic play between loving hearts? If karma is a universal principle, then surely it would also apply to intimacy. How come people, generally speaking, claim “I made…click here to continue reading.