Karma or Luck

by bye2mrwrong

Karma can be
the wisest teacher
the harshest punisher
and the most beautiful reward

“According to the seed that’s sown,
So is the fruit you reap there from,
Doer of good will gather good,
Doer of evil, evil reaps,
Down is the seed and thou shalt taste
The fruit thereof.”

 

 So many people are telling me to believe in karma. The stars will align and the eventually karma will catch up with him. What goes around comes around”. I’ve been waiting for karma to show its true face and for the universe to balance out, waiting for my good deeds to be rewarded, and for his bad deeds to be punished. But if I am to believe in karma then I have to trust that I must have done something bad in order to deserve this bad karma that has been bestowed upon me. And OK let’s say that is the case, is my bad Karma gone now? Have I paid my dues? Should I expect good Karma now?

Hmmm… I’m not really sure about any of this. I don’t know what to believe in anymore. God, Stars, Astrology, Fate, Destiny, Good Karma, Bad Karma or maybe just plain old Luck

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3 Responses to “Karma or Luck”

  1. Buying into Karma would place you solidly into Buddhism where they posit that you keep recycling life into higher or lower life forms after you die.

    Bad things happen to good people. For example, I was horribly abused by my mother and father. I did nothing to deserve it. It wounded me very deeply because I was an innocent kid just like you were abused by your husband. Bad people and broken people dump their dysfunction on innocent people. It is a sad fact.

    The key is that you have to heal from it and move on. Sometimes it is tougher to healf from emotional wounds than physical wounds.

    Blessings on you and yours
    John Wilder

  2. You haven’t done anything bad. You’ve just had bad done to you. And healing from deep emotional wounds I reckon always takes longer.

    You’re doing so well. You are strong. You will survive and you will do more than survive – you will win.

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