Saturday, June 30, 2012

How to Avoid Bad Karma

Before too long, the eleventh anniversary of 9/11 will be upon us.  I can't help but think about what happened that horrible day. The word compassion  comes to mind when thinking about 9/11.   So many people came to the aid of those in need.  Today, I decided to write a post about karma .  Usama , eventually paid for his wrongdoings.
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Avoiding bad karma is not too difficult.  Follow the rule of doing good and not bad.  There are people who think they are invincible.  I believe by applying the simple rule of doing good you put yourself in position for good karma to come your way.

We all know that bad things most often happen to good people and sometimes the wicked seem to have the best of luck. Take for instance Idi Amin Dada, known as the ‘Butcher of Uganda’ for his brutal despotic rule. He seized power in a military coup in 1971 and was responsible for killing 100,000 to half million people. Finally, karma caught up with him.  Ugandan nationalists ousted him in 1979. He later fled into exile.  Idi Amin, in my opinion is lower than a worm.  He killed all the members of my friend’s family. She managed to escape and was later able to come to the United States.

I do not understand why people have to be cruel. All I know it is better to do good.  My friend forgave Idi Amin for killing all the members of her family.  Her forgiving heart brought good karma to her life. She is doing extremely well financially.  She is married to a wonderful man and has two wonderful children.

I believe people that go out of their way to harm others will eventually pay for their wrong doings.  It is a law of nature.  Eventually you will reap what you sowed. It takes less energy to do what is right.  Why do so many people prefer to subject themselves to bad karma by doing wrong? Are they blinded by self-hatred?  I do not know the answer. I have seen too many people in my circles suffer the consequences of ill doings; I am compelled to do what is right towards others. Life is already hard; I cannot afford to make it harder. I will do everything in my power to avoid bad karma.

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So how do you avoid bad karma? Four simple words: Do good, not bad , easy , right?


  1. Thanks for stopping by my blog, I'm already a follower of you as well :) I love the orange Karma quote you put up. Thanks so much again!

  2. Great post, simple words, how come some people just don't get it?

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  3. This world would be such a better place if we all lived true to that Karma quote. .I'm now following you via the blog hop and would love for you to check out my blog and follow as well! All the best, Monica

  4. I completely agree that what you put out into the world affects yourself. So important to be nice, courteous, respectful!!

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  5. I found you via Mom's Monday Mingle and I'm your newest follower. I hope you can visit and follow me back.

  6. I believe in Karma and the whole pay it forward. We have had some amazing things happen to us over the past couple of months. A guy bought us dinner at subway. For no reason. He worked there and said it was on him. Very sweet. Then we took the kids out for dinner we got a huge discount and free drinks. By the guy who ran the place and the most recent event is embarrassing. We did not have enough money in our checking account to pay for some groceries we had gotten. The guy behind us paid for it. No questions asked. Be nice to others and others will be nice to you!

  7. Participating in Mom's Monday Mingle for the first time! I'm your newest follower. :)


  8. Hi! I found you from the "Bloggy Mom's August Blog Hop". I am now your newest follower. Please come by my blog and follow me back!!/MelodyGravitt