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Karma Explained

August 10, 2020

Karma is an accumulation of thoughts, actions, and deeds throughout a lifetime. If you do good works, you get good in return, while if you do bad things, you wind up getting bad feedback. Karma means that your cup is half-full, not half empty. Although I feel my family steals my good karma, using it on themselves, so I’m reversing the energy flow, and telling myself that I need to embrace the fact that I have a lot of good coming to me. People who pick fights are seen as negative, so I know better than to pick a fight with someone who spins himself or herself as the victim. Karma is coming to people who think they deserve all the good but do wrong.

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