Karma is an ancient and timeless concept that has been carried through generations in many cultures. It states that whatever we do, good or bad, will come back to us in some form or another. In other words, our actions have consequences; whether those consequences are positive or negative depends on the choices we make and how we treat others. And, as Buddha said, karma grows from our hearts – when we practice kindness and compassion towards others and lead a life of integrity, our good deeds will be rewarded. Similarly, karma terminates from our hearts – if we act selfishly or with ill intentions towards others, this energy will eventually come back around to hurt us in some way.
It is important to remember that karma can be a powerful force and should not be taken lightly. We must always strive to think, speak, and act with kindness and integrity in order to ensure that our karma is positive and beneficial. Taking responsibility for our actions, both good and bad, will ultimately bring us peace of mind knowing that we have done right by ourselves and the people around us.
Karma is an ancient belief system with great power – if we practice positivity, love and respect towards others, we can create a better world for all of us. So take heed of Buddha’s wisdom; remember that karma grows from our hearts and terminates from our hearts. Our choices today will affect our future tomorrow.