Karma Store

You ever wondered where Karma is stored? Well I’m going to tell you. Just give me a second while I get the drum-roll ready.

While you’re waiting, let me fill you in on what I understand (so far). Karma is about intentions. When you have the intention to be nice to kittens, then you will set up a nice, glowing place inside your heart about kittens and so the next time you see one you will feel well disposed towards it.

The more things and people you are kind to, the more your heart will become glowing and warm.

If you are nice to everyone and everything then you’ll come to the point where those feelings in your heart overflow into your life and your total experience will be warm and glowing.

This, as I’m sure you’ll appreciate, is enough reward all by itself. Why would you need anything else but a life full of warm and glow!

Let’s just clear up a common misunderstanding at this point. If you are nice to kittens in this life it does not mean that, in your next birth, kittens will set up a kingdom in your name and ensure that you are cared for yada, yada, yada. Nor does it mean that people will be any nicer to you if you are nice to them. If they are – it’s a coincidence.

No. The entire effect of karma is centred on the changes it makes in your own mind, heart and life.

Good news, right?

This means that you can work out your entire salvation with diligence and can enjoy nice cups of tea in the peace of your own home without being bothered by any of those pesky social workers who keep banging on your door demanding to know why your house smells of cat-pee and …

But I digress.

Your karma is stored in an old (but good) biscuit tin under my bed.

Don’t worry – it’s safe.


16 thoughts on “Karma Store

  1. You make small things so interesting.
    So about karma what I believe is it takes your next birth to a next stage or a lower stage. And it’s kind of a blockage in something’s but again it’s a big aspect in provoking our behavior and out life to a very right direction. Yours explanation was a very sweet one to taste sour and to realise how important it is to perform good deeds.

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  2. Haha! I seriously enjoyed reading it. Love the way you write. I don’t know much about karma but seems it gives satisfaction to the soul for any good thing we do, we can live our lives more lively. 🎊😃❤

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