• It exists, but not in the way people think it does.

    It's not so much that you do something bad and then the next day something equally bad or worse will happen - it's that by doing bad things, you hinder your spiritual development. In other words, you harm yourself in the process of doing bad things. This will further hinder your growth in the next world that we pass on to.

  • For me, it does.

    I was always told that if you do good things for other people, good things will happen to you. If you do bad things to others, bad things will happen to you. Of course this isn't the case for everyone as we are all different, but for me, Karma most definitely does exist.

  • Karma is just a term

    To point every single you do something and sometime you will have something. Live is fluctuating and sometime we did not consider bad things happened to us suddenly was based on our bad thing had been done long time ago. It was possible or it was not just accidental moment. We are not living in flat days which happiness is always happen. The real Karma is not same unconditional moment we had, it possible to different kind. Ex: someday a guy punched your mouth, at the other day that guy pooped by a bird.

    Posted by: Mocc
  • The universe has a strange way of repaying others

    The actions you do today will inevitably return to you in one way or another. Either in this life or the next. Call me crazy until you experience it for yourself. In one some way in this generation or the next, The actions created by oneself will be repaid and the truth will always come out.

  • Karma does exist

    Karma means where the sum of actions in this life or previous sentient existence, Is viewed as a deciding factor in their fate of their future. Karma is not time bound, So it can either catch up to you instantly or take a long time.

    I don’t believe in past life, But I do believe the more good you do in this life, The more you increase the odds of good things happening in your life. When your nice to people, You are likely to have more friends. When you are a good citizen your less likely to be in jail. And the same can be said for bad deeds.

    Every good you do, It is reflected back into the world, And the world mirrors back the collective actions of humanity. Even if your making a small contribution, You are making a difference. Hopefully your noble actions inspire others and they follow. Humanity can collectively create a better world, Where there is happiness and justice prevails.

    Not all karmic rewards or punishment are tangible or physical in nature. For example volunteering at a homeless shelter, Pays nothing and people can be rude, But your actions saves many. Your deed hasn’t increased your odds of being a millionaire, But your heart and soul becomes rich. The feeling you get is priceless. You feel what it means to be truly human.

  • Yes it exists.

    Karma isnt really like 'oh he/she did sth bad, That's why he/she now is suffering the same fate'. It's more like the 'result' of your actions from your past indefinite lives and karma kinda decides why you are born like this, Why you are facing these situations in life during this life and of course, Which realm you are in.

  • Karma does exist.

    I believe energy has a quite important role. If you do good for other people, the energy you radiate changes as much as your characteristics. The more goodness you do, the more goodness you will attract around you. For example, no one can deny that when one is not in a good mood, everything and everyone feels suffocating and it is because the person doesn't only lower his/herself, everyone around gets affected. When people see goodness, they want to contribute, so as the main character of this cycle the person gets affected as well. Quotes such as "What you do, you become." exist for a reason.
    By the way,if you believe karma is only a rewarding/punishing system based on what you do, then I am sorry, I don't agree with you because it is much more than that. When discussing such spiritual topics, we should stop defending what we think for a second.
    P.S. The terms "right" and "wrong" are subjective, that's why people should ask their conscious. I believe it is a great spiritual compass.

  • Karma does exist

    If karma doesn't exist why some people born in rich families with all comfortable stuff and some others in poor families and some are disabled and so.... It's all because of karma you did in your past life. The return of good or bad things you do may not come tomorrow, but definitely one day

  • Not the way you think

    Karma does indeed definitely exist, but not as a spiritual force or whatever, the reality is if I say something rude to someone and then it will change my characteristics and the way people think about me, in other words Karma is real and Donald Trump is invincible to it.

  • Yeah i think it do be happnin

    Of course it does Look, many people say it doesn't, but it does. It happens to everyone. Example- You tease your little brother/sister and then it happens to you. Or you try to kick your dog into a lake and then YOU end up falling. You see, it doesn't matter what religion you are, KARMA does exist.

  • The Universe is just Chance, Chaos, and Causation.

    The entire concept of Karma was merely conceived from cultural development. The Universe itself does not support nor displays any evidence of possessing a regulator for misdeeds, or a congratulator for valor.
    This translates into Karma being applicable to matters influenced by HUMAN intervention and morality, not through any spiritual or cosmic grandeur. And even then, repercussions of once-obscure human actions or atrocities are but the REACTIONS to our input from the laws of natural order.
    Karma, like the notion of Equality, is idealistically unrealistic; it can only exist in a reality incomprehendible our own. Everything that actually happens is based on opportunity and unpredictable probability.

  • No. No. Nope.

    It's just a term everyone says to keep people yo do good, which isn't that effective. Now, everyday we see good people having bad days, now where's the karma in that? Everything we do has a reaction but that does not mean a good deed will give good reaction and a bad deed would yield a bad one. It can always be the other way around.

  • No. No. Nope.

    It's just a term everyone says to keep people yo do good, which isn't that effective. Now, everyday we see good people having bad days, now where's the karma in that? Everything we do has a reaction but that does not mean a good deed will give good reaction and a bad deed would yield a bad one. It can always be the other way around.

  • Only a myth

    I here most people, that karma that really exists cause when you do something bad towards other people. You will experience more than what you've done it will double the consequence, like for me karma It's only a her say it will never happen to the person who always bully with words or sometimes insults me degrading as a person.

  • Everyone Would do "Good Things" if Karma did Exist

    If Karma did exist, obviously humans would take advantage and start doing things that would benefit the society so it could benefit themselves. Does this happen in our world? Hell fucking no. There are children who get cancer who clearly have done nothing to obtain that. We also have the individuals who get into whatever college they want to solely because they were given all of the resources needed from helicopter parents. You may say that they are getting the karma from their previous life, but us humans do no know if our souls get several or one life. It's really all based on perception, things just happen. But the more good things you do, the more likely you will have good luck but it is clearly not guaranteed.

  • No not really

    Karma is more a notion of what you want to happen as opposed to what actually will. Plenty of bad people don't have much bad happen to them, slave owners, loan sharks , Oj Simpson, Stalin. It is not a real thing but it does exist in some sense with the justice system and humans subconsciously abiding by what they think is karma since they may believe in it

  • Karma is definitely a meaningless term.

    It is very easy, merely by observing the world, to disprove karma. For years monarchs, lords. And military commanders have decimated unsuspecting and innocent populations, and the result wasn't retribution, it was actually wealth and joy. In the world, the concept of karma is present. The only way to assert karma is present anywhere, is to assert that hell exist, which causes and even worse problem. Karma is supposed to be just. For example one doesn't still a cookie, and the subsequent act of karma isn't being tortured to death. If you do good, yet disbelieve, you can be tortured forever. Disbelief does not hurt anyone. So why would karma need to be present. On the other end bad believers can go to heaven. Any way one puts it the concept of karma is non-existent. Our world is unjust, and we just have to accept it and try to make the most out of the world.

  • It definately does not

    If it would have existed bad people would never have got away with bad deeds. It has been seen that good people are always the sufferers and even if they do good to others what they get in return is thanklessness and ingratitude.In this world what people care about is themselves and no one else...Not even those who have helped them.

  • What goes around doesn't always come around

    Sometimes bad people get away with bad acts and they never pay the price. Some good people do good & selfless things and then why get hurt. I don't believe karma exists even though it would feel nice to believe that what goes around comes around. It would be nice to believe all bad people who do bad things get what the dish and good people get good but that isn't the case & life is very unfair.

  • No, it does not.

    As this is the religious section I realize this question is about the idea of Karma in the spiritual sense. As such the answer is simple, Karma does not exist. Its obvious as there is no evidence for the existence of any spiritual world which the karma principle could apply to.

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