The word Karma is originally Indian. A word used to describe the relationship between cause and effect.
As a “theory”, the concept of Karma is essentially adapted in many of the religions of the world.
I am a Christian and I know that “do unto others as you would have them do unto you”. I have known it a very long time (it’s hanging on a frame in my father’s living room). Even Science agrees because one of the founding theories says action and reaction are equal and opposite.
I am a dependant of this theory, especially when someone does me over. I shrug it off and send Karma their way; Go get ’em,B 😉
However, it puzzles me sometimes.
If Karma works in defence cause, when does this loop start?
Did I get the short end because sometime in the past I had served someone same?
And the person who fixes the wrong xyz did me, as per doing xyz over too, does it get counted as their own offence and does karma get set off again?
This would mean that we would be living in an endless loop of Karma doing “unnecessary” errand girl.
Karma is usually referred to as a bitch. This can be a good and bad thing. Good because it is fearless in serving its judgment. Bad because it may be unable to tell vessels from actual intended wrong-doers, and does not recognise repentance.
Our lives would probably be easier if we didn’t have to depend on karma to right the wrongs of the world, but to depend on love to lead us aright.