Friday, December 10, 2004

the power of karma

about two years ago at a barnes and noble in topeka, kansas, i came across a book's title that really caught my attention. the title is the one i use for this writing. the power of karma. kind of scarry when you say it really slowly and digest the meaning behind those words.

flipping the pages, i read an interesting passage. it begins with this:

the homeless person you neglect could be you in another life

do i believe in another life? maybe. maybe not. my believe doesn't teach me how to prepare for another life after death. it is the eternity with the Father in Heaven that i believe in.

the power of karma is simple. do good unto others and others will do good for you.

and, according to that book, there are six laws to follow:

1. think before you act.
2. treat people the way you want to be treated.
3. don't take things that don't belong to you.
4. your soul records every action.
5. you get what you earn. work for love, security, and balance.
6. revange returns itself upon the avanger. never seek vegeance.

all of these laws happen to follow us in our daily lives.
believe it or not, each law has a power to avenge upon you.
simple for us to recite, yet hard for human to follow.