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Karma
by Rajender Krishan
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The Karmic principle
is indeed, candid and blunt
Whichever way one deals
it rebounds with equal brunt

Fair and square transactions
garner goodwill and gain
Illicit and corrupt practices
trigger malice and pain

Censure not, with blame game,
the keenly desired selection
Harvest success or failure
the result of every action
 

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August 13, 2020
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Comments on this Poem

Comment Correct!

Pavalamani Pragasam
08/18/2020 09:21 AM

Comment It was a theory of Satyug
Where karma made your Destiny
Kalyug happens to be different
Here Good is Evil & no tTestimony


CLARA KEY
08/15/2020 06:00 AM

Comment Nice, sir.
Action in its goal/purpose defines the outcome. Though one is advised to do 'Nishkaam Karma' the performer knows whether it is for good or bad.Hence, one needs to choose what is good for all and him/her self.

T.S.Chandra Mouli
08/14/2020 05:17 AM

Comment Good advice and words of wisdom!

G Swaminathan
08/13/2020 12:21 PM

Comment Yes, for every action there is reaction directly opposite in direction says Newton's third law of motion ! Perfect!

T A Ramesh
08/13/2020 08:28 AM

Comment Christ preached karma, but with a difference of reward or punishment from God for 'every action' (L12), ultimately Christ's judgment. You assume a 'Karmic principle'(L1) that judges actions - this the position of the evolutionist who observes and deduces from observation and concludes his theory is representative of reality, when it misses the divine dimension in which creation is explained as the process to an end of fullness of divine manifestation.

Richard Ashby
08/13/2020 07:10 AM

Comment With Brevity the explanation, choice rests within! The image is appropriate and attractive
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Hema Ravi
08/13/2020 06:21 AM




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