Karma of Man
written by Deborah Lowrey
Karma, Dharma, the Golden Rule, you'll reap what you sow, paybacks, the Rule of Three, Ten-Fold... It's known by many names, but in the end, just another name for the same thing. Everything you do has a price; every action, a reaction. Such is life. It is all about balance. For a bad deed, a punishment or another opportunity brought for you to learn the lesson; for a good deed, a reward. We are surrounded by it every day, every moment.
Yet how often do we really live our lives with a true karma mindset? Do we realize with each deed done, each word uttered, every thought developed, each breath drawn, that karma is working? Brings a new perspective to self-responsibility. And a realization that all that you do, who you are, every aspect of you is eminated throughout yourself, the world around you, the cosmos.
Ever realize how much impact even a small thing you do has? A scientific study showed that a rock hit with a hammer "remembered" the trauma at the atomic level. And always remembered that strike throughout its existence. Even if broken down more, it still remembered that strike.
Not much different than we humans. And the universe. Everything affects everything. So the next time we think about doing that selfish thing and think that it'll only mean you'll pay later, think again. We are all connected, all energy is one and to set even just one thing in motion affects everything, even the very fabric of the cosmos. And with this is the understanding of the importance of learning self-responsibility.