Saint Paul said, “Whatsoever we sow, that shall we also reap.” Buddhism and Hinduism refer to it as karma. Simply stated and often misinterpreted, the literal meaning of “karma” simply means action or something done. Consider it the Law of Action. The Law of Action includes our all our thoughts, feelings, and behavior. All these aspects have consequences and regardless of your personal preferences is neither positive or negative, but rather a law of physics “equal and alike.”
If we love, we receive love, fear begets fear. Be patient, kind, generous, and forgiving and that will be returned in kind to you. Once you understand and emotionally embrace this, you can begin to appreciate how a simple shift in your beliefs and actions can create mighty and positive changes in your life. Is this difficult or easy to do? Well, whatever you believe, you will manifest, but if life is currently bumpy for you, you might consider paying more attention to how you might better deploy the Law of Action in a love-based manner.
“A good action is never lost; it is a treasure laid up and guarded for the doer’s need.”
– Calderon de la Barca