You have access to a tool from which great things can be accomplished. It’s called “KARMA”. Do you understand how to apply Karma? I am not trying to change your beliefs. Instead, I am presenting one viewpoint regarding an understanding of the “Law of Karma”, as interpreted by one set of scholars.

This  definition of Karma comes from its derivation from Sanskrit through which it represents a combination of “Kar” and “Man”, meaning, creative and thinker, respectively. When expressed as the term “Karma”, it means:  through constructive thinking we can make harmonious change. And, when we get it wrong, Nature will use Karma to flag our mistakes by signalling a sense of disharmony.

People make mistakes. Karma is about trying to learn from, and to improve ourselves and the circumstances around us, when we do make a mistake.  Ancient wisdom also teaches us that we learn best after the experience. So, we should not avoid making changes for fear of disruption. Instead, we should change whatever needs changing but should keep aware of any disharmony we may cause and, if so, to take corrective action. Karma teaches us to think properly, take proper actions, and especially to  LEARN FROM our MISTAKES.