We Are Responsible For Our Own Karma
Whether we consciously recognize or not, we are responsible for our own karma. It is impossible not to be. Choosing to not consciously interpret events in our lives is still an interpretation of the events that occur in our lives. Choosing not to respond to the events in our lives is still a response to the events in our life. Even if you get run over by a clown car and pissed on by a busload of school children, it is still your responsibility. To interpret the meaning of the events and choose a response, the law of karma works hand to hand. Every Act we do towards an event, we create a cause out of it. And therefore, we are responsible for our own karma but we fail to understand the truth behind karma.
Even though we like it or not, we are always taking an impulse role in what’s occurring to and within us. We are always interpreting the meaning of every moment and every occurrence in our life. Unknowingly we write our own karma and we are responsible for our own karma. Human being always keeps choosing values by which we live and the metrics by which we measure everything that happens to us. Often the result of such a metric can be good or bad, depending on the story we chose to write in our karma list. A human being has the wisdom of realizing the karma. They have the power to understand the truth behind karma on the act of their own good and bad deeds in life.
The point is, we are responsible for our own karma, whether we recognize it or not. Always.
It comes back to how, in reality, there is no such thing as not giving an excuse for whatever is happening in and around us. It’s Impossible. We must all give a thought about our karma and should understand how the law of karma effects. Not giving a thought about it will, therefore, make our lives more complicated and we will have no control over anything in our lives.
Think, what values are we choosing to base our actions on?
What factor are we choosing to use to measure our life?
And are those good choice-good values and good metrics or bad value and bad metrics?
Imagine that somebody puts a gun to your head and tells you that you have to run 24 miles in under four hours. Or else he will kill you and your entire family. That Thought would engulf you deeply. Now imagine that you bought nice shoes and running gear, trained religiously for months. And then you completed your first marathon with all of your closest friends and family cheering you on at the finish line. That could possibly be one of the proudest moments of your life.
Exact same 24 miles. Exact same person running them with exact same pain coursing through your exact same legs. But when you chose it freely and you prepared for it, it was a glorious and important milestone in your life. And when it was forced upon you against your will, it was one of the most terrifying and painful experiences of your life.
Often we follow the same activity of doing bad things, taking it as a throwback to what life has given us. The only difference between a problem being painful or being powerful is a sense that we chose it. And that we are responsible for our own karma. Everything we do or react on depends upon our values and principles which results in writing our karma.
If you are miserable in your current situation, chances are it is because you feel like some part of it outside of your control. That there is a problem you have no ability to solve. A problem that was somehow thrust upon you without your choosing. This is what we refer to as every thought has its own manifestation. Every cause has its effect and so every cause has its own good or bad karma. Therefore, we are responsible for our own karma.
When we feel that we are choosing our problems, we feel privileged. When we feel that our problems are being forced upon us against our decree, we feel screwed and pathetic. But somehow we are all writing our karma by our own hands.
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