Written by
Rachana Arya
December 2017
Written by
Rachana Arya
December 2017

KARMA - an unequivocal and irrefutable fact.

The simplest analogy I can think of for how karma works is that of a credit card purchase. You make the purchase now, but don’t get hit with the bill for 30 days. If you keep making heavy purchases during one billing cycle, then you’ll get hit with one big bill. Until the time you have wiped your slate clean by paying off your full balance, you will keep accruing interest on your account and you risk taking an awkward financial pratfall. And your life will start to plunge in the vicious cycle of living in the pressure from bills, debts and worst, the insecurity and uncertainty of what is going to happen tomorrow, the day after, 10 years from now?

In the same way, what we have done, the result of that comes to us and hits us whenever it comes, either today, tomorrow, years later, whatever, whatever. This is karma.

Many a time with a few good actions and good deeds we are able to sail through the eventualities of karmic debts.

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