Haahaa. Yeah I'm not really sure what it is. I'm confused if it's a religion and what it is. because I have no idea. please tell mee. thankss (:
In Eastern religions (Buddhism, Hindusim, etc) karma is the baggage you carry from your previous actions. If you have done bad things you have bad karma, if you have done good things you have good karma. The law of karma is the Eastern equivalent of "you reap what you sow" in Galatians. It says there is a cause and effect to karma and good work produces good effects and vice versa.
Some people who believe in reincarnation believe that they can inherit good or bad karma from a previous life.
THe correct definition of karma is that it started as a hindu or buddhist teaching that stated that your actions would follow you either in this life or the next. It then morphed into fate or destiny, but it is similar to reap what you sew in Christianity. It however should not be confused with reap what you sew because it contains things about reincarnation and Christianity never mentions reincarnation just eternity in heaven or hell.
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"christianhater" pretty much explained the Eastern tradition of karma. The Western tradition would incorporate a person's actions, both fruitful and sinful, and their consequences, both in this life and in the afterlife, with the main difference being the role of Christ as redemption for the consequences of sinful actions.
lol karma is what goes around comes around lol like if your mean to someone most likely 'karma''sgonna some back and some ones going to be mean back to you lol :D get it now? if not you can write back and ill explain it better!
The short of it:
If a person is good, good things will happen to them. If a person is mean, then bad things will happen to them.
It's not a bad thing to remember in guiding your actions.
Wow. I'm kinda slow... I didn't get any of that D: errr I feel stupid now haha. but thankss for tryingg
What goes around comes around.