Karma is the executed “deed”, “work”, “action”, or “act”, and it is also the “object”, the “intent”. Wilhelm Halbfass explains karma (karman) by contrasting it with another Sanskrit word kriya. The word kriya is the activity along with the steps and effort in action, while karma is (1) the executed action as a consequence of that activity, as well as (2) the intention of the actor behind an executed action or a planned action (described by some scholars as metaphysical residue left in the actor). A good action creates good karma, as does good intent. A bad action creates bad karma, as does bad intent.
Karma also refers to a conceptual principle that originated in India, often descriptively called the principle of karma, sometimes as the karma theory or the law of karma. In the context of theory, karma is complex and difficult to define. Different schools of Indologists derive different definitions for the karma concept from ancient Indian texts; their definition is some combination of (1) causality that may be ethical or non-ethical; (2) ethicization, that is good or bad actions have consequences; and (3) rebirth. Other Indologists include in the definition of karma theory that which explains the present circumstances of an individual with reference to his or her actions in past. These actions may be those in a person’s current life, or, in some schools of Indian traditions, possibly actions in their past lives; furthermore, the consequences may result in current life, or a person’s future lives. The law of karma operates independent of any deity or any process of divine judgment.
Though seldom mentioned, no time has the future of a generation hang with such fragility in a balance like ours.
We actively participate in actions and inaction’s that is devastating to us and posterity with the excuse that we have no option.
The long-standing ideals of honor, courage, and stoicism we have made hollow and meaningless, as were patriotism. We felt making sacrifices should be read in our history books and that we are unworthy of the further creation of such history.
Our young preferred the momentary gain and avoid the pains of preparation. They love to sit under shades of trees, but they don’t have the patience to plant and nurture trees to maturity to have shades.
Their creed is “You can’t beat them so better join them”, they are pounded into a mould. We no longer hear of outstanding feats performed of our youths.
For God’s sake my brother, my sister, life is a series of battles, you must fight yours or someone else will use you to fight his war.
We can never have liberty as long as we enjoy to wear the shackles of bondage because of the easy seemingly meals offered by our jail master.
Sometimes, its more honorable and more liberating to the soul to refuse certain offers. The kola-nut is a fruit of honor, but the dog refused to chew it.
No man honors a man who has no self worth.
Ask yourself my brother, ” are you aging into the man that your wife and children will be proud of?”
You can lie to so many people, but you can’t lie to yourself. My brother, you have disgraced and humiliated who you are through your actions and inaction’s.
What we SOW, we will certainly REAP!
WHAT ARE YOU SOWING???
Remember, Karma is an unforgiving BITCH!
She’s doesn’t spare her victims.