Harley Angel

Murfreesboro, TN

#2 Aug 12, 2011
I am glad you think so, I can assure you with 100% accuracy, Karma is very much real. You are a idiot, if you think it is for weak minded people, you must be talking about yourself.
RealDeal

Boiling Springs, SC

#4 Aug 12, 2011
Karma is a term over widely used, it comes from the Law of Moral Causation.... are you Buddhist ? The belief is a theory set by the Buddhists , it is the result of one not being nature and nurture but KARMA. With this said our lives turn out as a result of our own actions. We re happy or unhappy and we create our own fate . I d c about KARMA , I am not Buddhist. Karma is caused by ignorance for people that don t know or pretend to not know what they re doing . Would all the Buddhists please raise your hands ?

“ Only this, and nothing more”

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#5 Aug 12, 2011
RealDeal wrote:
Karma is a term over widely used, it comes from the Law of Moral Causation.... are you Buddhist ? The belief is a theory set by the Buddhists , it is the result of one not being nature and nurture but KARMA. With this said our lives turn out as a result of our own actions. We re happy or unhappy and we create our own fate . I d c about KARMA , I am not Buddhist. Karma is caused by ignorance for people that don t know or pretend to not know what they re doing . Would all the Buddhists please raise your hands ?
Well said. I have yet to reach any meaningful "zen state of existence", nor can I explain the sound of one hand clapping, so why would I believe in Karma. Most people who use Karma phrases (like everyone's fovorite "Karma is a b*tch) also do not subscribe to Buddhist philosophy. Interestingly enough, many people who represent themselves as Christian love to throw Karma principles around, not realizing that Karma and most accepted christian doctrine are mutually exclusive. Then again, I hold the unpopular belief that Christianity could be defined nearly in the same manner as the opening poster defined Karma.
Transplant

Elizabethton, TN

#6 Aug 12, 2011
Disagree. Do believe you are describing religion, though.
yoohoo wrote:
It's just a fairy tale, a crutch, for weak minded people to lean on.

Since: Sep 10

Location hidden

#7 Aug 12, 2011
Honestly I don't think that anyone who uses that term means it in a literal sense the way you are describing. Personally I believe that the over used phrase simply means " What goes around comes around"
Uptown Girl

Johnson City, TN

#8 Aug 12, 2011
Mosheim Country Girl wrote:
Honestly I don't think that anyone who uses that term means it in a literal sense the way you are describing. Personally I believe that the over used phrase simply means " What goes around comes around"
I agree with you "Mosheim Country Girl". That's the only way I've ever heard it used. Some of these people get their panties in a wad and have to get technical and show how educated they are.
I D K

Boiling Springs, SC

#9 Aug 13, 2011
It is what goes around commes around , treat others as you would like to be treated, we determine our fate by our actions. I do not use the term Karma because I am not buddhist.
hmmm

United States

#10 Aug 13, 2011
My friend cheated on her husband of several years. The next day she wrecked her car, totaled it. The day after that the guy she cheated with wrecked his. You tell me, was that coincidence or the reality that "what goes around comes around"? I believe that if you wrong someone, it will come back to bite ya. Karma? I use the phrase often!!! And its not in a religious form that I use it.
NoKarma

Hendersonville, NC

#11 Aug 13, 2011
Well maybe just maybe u should say what goes around comes around. I don t like the name karma. Not for a dog. Not as a term. I have a vendetta against the word Karma.
hatin

Smyrna, TN

#12 Aug 13, 2011
either way you look at it what goes around goes around o karma its there ad its real
hmmm

United States

#13 Aug 13, 2011
Maybe just maybe you should worry about what you say and not worry about what others say! Just a suggestion. Karma exists, like it or not!!!
tests

Runnemede, NJ

#16 Mar 6, 2013
i let someone kill me on a game 1 thousand times with a spell..

and I got to kill someone 1 thousand times with that spell.. 2 months later..

was that karma or no??

and I lost 11 thousand times every 11 thousand times i lost.. it was karma to win 100 times..

is that karma or no karma.. or something is going on here...
tests

Runnemede, NJ

#17 Mar 6, 2013
when I try to lose on purpose I wind up winning on accident.. it was karma trying to cancel it'sself out..

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