Do you believe in karma? My personal experiences inspired me to define a unique meaning of karma.

Do you believe in karma? My personal experiences inspired me to define a unique meaning of karma.

Whatever the karma he goes through! Fate always rewards a man with all the necessities he deserves.

No matter how many sins he commits, life always gives him second, third and infinite chances. As long as he is willing to be ready to go for the transformation.

Efforts are the vital ethics that lead him to his fortune.

In general, this perspective of life helps us to move forward.

That said, the phenomena of Karma believed as, “One gets what they give.” But in unique context the real meaning of karma is, “To be prepared for the moment irrespective of the action.

Let me tell you a personal story, to support my proposed statement.

I was hurt, broken, devastated, suffered, suffered and experienced the hell of life in my own way more than I could have ever imagined.

It doesn’t mean that I have committed unforgivable sins so that my life would lead by the unbearable misery.

I am a man of words. I act as per my instincts that cause no harm to any being but uplift my own spirit also the people who seek my companionship.

My business is to improve my own understanding, grow as an individual and to create a significant identity. So that my ideas can inspire others.

I have no time to criticize for anyone’s actions. I say no lies and have not even any evil intention.

Every moment I am becoming more gentle and kind. My passion is only for the art and beauty of this existence. I never desired anything for my own. I only have dreams that bring harmony to this life.

I genuinely loved, cared and admired myself and my beloveds irrespective of their traits.

Nonetheless, I still went through the horrible experiences.

After considering my experiences, intentions, words and actions I have to come to an understanding.

 It doesn’t mean that if you do good, you will be rewarded with good. This thinking has to be altered with the greater perspective, that somehow bring sense to the working of life.

Whatever we think karma as the cause and effect of actions, is not completely wrong but that’s not the end of it. Karma is just a relative term but not absolute. It doesn’t satisfy all the events of our actions and time. Here one thing has to be realized, We should not take karma for granted.

To say briefly, Karma is more than just cause and effect. It has a bigger plan. According to my understanding, karma’s aim is to teach us- We need to prepare for any moment irrespective of the actions that we do. Because every time life is not fair to everyone. And that’s a mystery.

Naveen Bommakanti

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