KARMA = A word often used by negative individuals who believe it as a fear based lesson rather than a love based concept as it’s practiced in some Eastern religions including Hinduism and Buddhism. Karma, a Sanskrit word that roughly translates to “action,” is a core concept in some Eastern religions.
Fear based believers interpret karma as something that will cause you pain and suffering. As they believe that you reap what you sow. Karma is the consequence that are brought to you based on your actions. You are judged for your actions.
Love based believers interpret karma as a gift that brings you lessons for your soul’s personal growth and will continue to bring these lessons back around until you have learned them.
The way you believe and apply this concept speaks volumes about who you are as a human being. If it’s with fear, you will have a very long and empty life as a human that wishes negativity for others from your inability to love anyone, including yourself.
Instead, practice love daily by letting go of things you can’t fix, manage, or change. Forgive others and yourself. Laugh more instead of fume. Seek for meaning instead of blind classifications on things you don’t know. Write out your emotions instead of letting them build and run you. Volunteer to give back to our shared world and experience instant gratitude.
Attract others with the beautiful perfume of love for the stench of fear is too pungent to be near.