“Karma moves in two directions. If we act virtuously, the seed we plant will result in happiness. If we act non-virtuously suffering results,” said Sakyong Mipham. I believe that Karma does exist and if you act a certain way towards others and yourself it will reflect on what’s going to happen to you in the future. I believe that all your actions have an outcome whether they are good or bad. I think that if an individual believes in Karma they think things through more carefully and have more of a responsibility to act respectful towards other people. Karma has had a direct impact in my life. I’ve seen this directly affect me in areas of hard work, respect, honesty and friendship.
A hard worker is one who is industrious and diligent in carrying out tasks and duties. I believe that my dad is a very hard worker and everything that he has done throughout his life has gotten him to where he is today. My dad is the type of person who doesn’t give up and finishes what he starts without hesitation. In this situation, my dad’s Karma is obvious; he works hard for what he wants, he doesn’t expect things to be handed to him and in return his hard work has provided a beautiful home, a cabin up north, and a secure life for our family and a future for him and my mom in their retirement. I admire his work ethic and know that everything he has earned is because of his hard work.
As I grew up as a kid I was raised to have respect for my peers, authority, and myself. I learned that once you give respect to someone, they give you respect back. When I was in high school there seemed to be more drama than usual. It just so happened that this group of girls didn’t like me. They were always rude, said mean things and didn’t think before they spoke and I was often hurt by their remarks. Although I wanted to say things back to them just so they could hurt like they were hurting me, I remembered the saying, “what goes around, comes around” and I wanted to be the bigger person...
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