Human beings perform good karma (deeds) in order to attain success.
The person desirous of success and strength should perform good karma continuously.
By the karma of good actions, some come to serve the Perfect Guru.
Why shall he perform bad Karma who has been properly nurtured for many a thousand months and years?
Born because of the karma of their past mistakes, they make more mistakes, and fall into mistakes.
A person may desire to live for hundreds of years if he works according to this truth because that sort of work will not bind him to the law of karma. And there is no alternative to this way for man.
People accept only that person as their leader who is radiant with good knowledge and karma (deeds).
Those who act in ego do not go beyond karma. It is only by Guru's Grace that one is rid of ego.
Once you know the nature of anger and joy is empty and you let them go, you free yourself from karma.
Still others commit all sorts of evil deeds, claiming karma doesn’t exist. They erroneously maintain that since everything is empty, committing evil isn’t wrong. Such persons fall into a hell of endless darkness with no hope of release. Those who are wise hold no such conception.
Without the karma of good deeds, they are only destroying themselves.
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Action. Reaction. Everything that you do initiates a chain of cause and effect, a twisting path of action and reaction extends infinitely out in to our future and rebounds indefinitely into our past. But this infinite chain is circular; what you send out returns. In the East, karma gives us a guide to this principle. It comes in many forms, practiced by many religions, but at its heart is the notion that what you do, good, ill, neutral, will come back upon you. It is not a revenge, nor a cosmic punishment; it is more like a ledger, a cosmic balance sheet. You can not do something without some effect rebounding back to you. In the West, karma is not an explicit part of our philosophy, but it is inherent in the golden rule; do only to others what you would have them do to you. Karma can guide you. Not by fear of punishment, but by acceptance of balance.