A workmate of mine decided to put an empty cake box in the bag of another workmate. After work the pranster stoped to purchase something at a shop a man at the front of the line when paying was holding his line up. Frantacly going through a bag the prankster and was really mad! Every1 else in line left the prankster stood behind the man who turned around holding the emty cake box saying to himself i wonder who did this. Due to this delay the prankster missed his train and the butt of the joke at the office turned to be him when we all found out. And that my friend is karma!

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Like turtle said, cause and effect through your belief system. If you're a jerk, you have a higher probability of something really sh*tty happening to you later, by default. And yes, everyone goes through difficult times has hard days, but by causing harm or distress to others purposely, you're only increasing those odds of having more bad days.

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it's the spiritual version of the physical laws of cause and effect

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but a b1tch can be the instrument of Karma

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and often is

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Karma is a religious, or the religiously ba<x>sed belief,, that 'what goes around,, c ums around'. As in,,, if do bad shi t,,, what you did, will bite u in the ***,, sooner or later,, lol. This is y devote Buddists avoid stepping on ants,,, they don't wanna be 1 in their next life :)

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Karma in Indian religions is the concept of "action" or "deed", understood as that which causes the entire cycle of cause and effect, originating in ancient India and treated in the Hindu, Jain, Buddhist and Sikh religions.

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Something people made up to say "everyone will get their just dues" so they don't have to do anything to make it happen.

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Karma is a Sanskrit word. In Hindi-Sanksrit, it literally means, work. In other sense, it means, 'fruit of a deed'.

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