Discussion in 'The Whiners' started by Serenity4life, Jun 11, 2006.

  1. Serenity4life

    Serenity4life Member

    Some people may not believe in karma, but I do. If you are a good person in life and good things will happen to you. At the John Fogerty concert at the rodeo...we went to get a bite to eat and it was free because it was late at night and their credit card machine wasn't working. We got free parking and front row seats for only ten dollars. it was really fun and he sang all of his CCR greatest hits.
  2. joo kyle

    joo kyle thisandthat

    I'm more afriad of karma then anything else. But the only flaw I see in it is babies dying right from birth.
  3. Serenity4life

    Serenity4life Member

    Some Karma can be good and some can be bad. it just depends on how one looks at it
  4. stinkfoot

    stinkfoot truth

    No good deed ever goes unpunished.
  5. Lodui

    Lodui One Man Orgy

    If karma we're real, everyone in the Sudan, the Sierra Leone, and the DRC would be horrible people, or Ghengis Khan in the past life.

    But their not, their wonderful very unfortunate people, and they need help.

    No, I don't believe in Karma in the least.
  6. LdyNimue

    LdyNimue Member

    [​IMG] Karma is the last true form of justice.
  7. Lodui

    Lodui One Man Orgy

    Justice is a dream.

    If we work hard, we might be able to acheive it, but nothing magical is going to make it happen.
  8. bbbeccaaa

    bbbeccaaa 12345678910

    i believe in it completely and i try to live by it, but sometimes i see what bad things other people do and they never seem to be punished for it:rolleyes: it's discouraging, but i try to ignore it.
  9. Lodui

    Lodui One Man Orgy

    You should never deny evidence.

    Furthermore, a lotta people get away with bad things, and many horrible things happen to good people.

    Karma seems kind of like an easy way out of explaining that life is crazy, unpredictable, and can soemtimes be very cruel.

    That doesn't mean the concept of treating others how you want to be treated is a bad idea at all. But what if someone was a masochist?

    But nothings hopeless or anything, I just think of karma as kind of an antiquated way people use to explain how unfair life can be.

    That doesn't mean you shouldn't work at it though.
  10. ihmurria

    ihmurria fini

    yes, but..
    not all in one lifetime
    carryover for at least one life
    if not more. So they get theirs..... eventually. Ain't gonna be this life by any necessity
  11. Greengirl

    Greengirl Senior Member

    yep i do believe
  12. Karma, like everything else, is just an illusion. I do not believe in karma more than I believe in any other religious bullshit.

  13. Sattva

    Sattva Member

    Everyone experiences both good and bad fortune. I like to consider my views open on aspects like this, but I can't accept Karma. People have already highlighted strong cases against it (the modern world, humanity in general, etc) and so I find it surprising that people still cling on to the concept.

    It's the one aspect of every Indian dharma that I doubt I could ever accept.
  14. _chris_

    _chris_ Marxist

    I agree with this very much.

    What is is, theres ntohing mroe to it than meets the eye. Of course good actions bring an element of good things happening to you, but this is not because of karma.

  15. Dude, that is what people call karma.
  16. _chris_

    _chris_ Marxist

    Im not talking on a spiritual level. Im saying, If your a good person, it will be recognised by others, not by supernatural forces
  17. That too is part of the karmic world.
  18. _chris_

    _chris_ Marxist

    Part of. Note that thats all i have said exists, which is just logic.
  19. No that is not logic, that is belief. Religion so you will.
  20. _chris_

    _chris_ Marxist

    Im nto a religious guy...

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