The concept of Karma isn’t new.
We’ve all heard about it before.
Do good things and you’ll attract good things into your life.
Do bad things and you’ll attract bad things into your life.
But is it really true though?
Let’s take an example.
Say you’re walking down the street to get to a job interview. You see someone who needs help. You help them. Others around you see your good deed. You continue making your way to your job interview location. You arrive and you realize that one of the panel of interviewers happen to be one of the witnesses of your good deed.
Things can only get better from there.
Now let’s take another example.
Say you’ve just lied to Jane to get yourself out of trouble. You told Jane that you’ve already submitted a report that was due to your boss, even though you didn’t. Time passes by. You realise that people around you start treating you differently, even to the point of ignoring you. You eventually find out that Jane knows about the lie, and so does everyone else in the office. Your boss eventually finds out about the lie and reprimands you about it.
We can see from the two examples above that Karma is real and there’s some truth behind it’s concept.
What goes around eventually comes around.
A person who’s always lying will experience the backlash of it sooner or later.
A person who’s always helping others out will experience the effects of it sooner or later.
It all comes around.
No good deed is gone unrewarded.
No bad deed is gone unpunished.
The way we treat others affects how others will treat us.
Treat people well, and they’ll treat you well in return.
There’s a saying which goes, ‘Do to others as you would have them do to you”.
Being a genuinely good person affects you more than you know.
You’ll have this aura of likeability around you.
You’ll give off good and positive vibes to those around you.
Ever heard of people saying they’re getting bad vibes from someone?
People can pick up on that and they’ll respond to you based on that.
Every action has its consequences, even if they’re not immediate.
But also understand that we’re not perfect.
What’s most important though, is the desire to always be better than what we are now.