The law of karma as our shield

DANDAN BANTUGAN COLUMN

While we were under a heavy artillery using the social media the other week because of our recent commentary which affected the lives of the attack dogs and drumbeaters of the powers that be, this ended up into a family discussion.
The children, as usual, were very aggressive and wanted to fight back. As usual, the wisdom of the elderly naturally becomes in control.
We explained to them the law of karma as our shield which the children cannot easily comprehend.
So we go back to our lecture on Karma 101 to explain them our position and stand. No. 1, our legal and media profession entertains persons from the left to the right.
They know for sure that we cannot invoke things that do not belong to us as well as the powers that belongs to other persons.
Over than that, the allegations against us are all baseless. But we cannot explain this to the commentators as in the social media, they usually use nom de guerre or aliases.
Two or three weeks later, our children fully comprehend that we taught to them. As of today, they are waiting for the law of karma to take things over and they see that indeed it is there.
Karma, in one way, comes in a direct attack but it could also come in the form of sickness and being drag to circumstances that you do not intend to do.
We know a lot person who suffers karma as a way of teaching them for their wrong deeds. A person does not really think of doing something not right to others.
As the other people who are affected by their doings just keep silent and prepare to hammer out the problems calmly or just pray that God will do the things that they also deserved.
People who acted this way are drunk with powers and are usually corrupt powers. That is why absolute power corrupts absolutely.
But the law of karma is somewhat selective, it will only fall to a person who greatly deserves it.
Karma is a word meaning the result of a person’s actions as well as the actions themselves.
It is a term about the cycle of cause and effect. According to the theory of karma, what happens to a person, happens because they caused it with their actions. It is an important part of many religions such as Hinduism and Buddhism.
Karma is about all that a person has done, is doing and will do. Karma is not about punishment or reward. It makes a person responsible for their own life, and how they treat other people. The “Theory of Karma” is a major belief in Hinduism, Ayyavazhi, Sikhism, Buddhism, and Jainism.
All living creatures are responsible for their karma – their actions and the effects of their actions.

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