Source : www.indiatimes.com | By NEHA BORKAR

Karma is more than a rude b**ch. It’s like a stern teacher out to whack you with a ruler and tell you where you’re going wrong. But like with most things, karma too has its rules.

1. The Great Law Of Karma

“As you sow, so shall you reap.”

 

The most important and factual law of karma, this is something you need to keep in mind while taking important decisions in your life. For instance, say today, you don’t respect your parents. But it will come back to you when your own kids don’t respect you in the future. It’s karma. It works like a boomerang. So if you want to be happy, gain respect and live in peace, you need to spread happiness, respect others and be peaceful.

2. The Law of Creation

“Life doesn’t just happen. It requires our participation.”

You want to be a millionaire. You desperately want to be. Every time you look at Mark Zuckerberg, you take a long sigh and like each and every one of his posts on Facebook. But what else do you do? Do you work hard like Mark Zuckerberg did to build an empire? Or do you just dream of a million bucks falling off from the roof and landing in your lap? Well, that can happen only in movies. In a real world, you will have to sweat it out to earn each and every penny of the fortune you will make. You will need to participate. Miracles don’t happen by sitting at home watching Game of Thrones marathons.

3. The Law of Humility

“What you refuse to accept, will continue for you.”

For instance, you have a crush on someone. An intense, crazy and selfless crush. However, the person on whom you have a crush doesn’t feel the same way. You tell them about your feelings. But they say, “hey, sorry I don’t feel the same way.” But you still try to convince them on how you are the one for them and how you will love them endlessly, selflessly. That still doesn’t convince your crush. What do you do? Threaten to kill yourself? Even if you do, you cannot change a person’s view if you haven’t accepted it. Accept that they don’t like you, and move on. You really can’t do anything about it.

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