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Sometimes karma takes years to pay a person back, but that day, it had a fast backhand return...
Joshilyn Jackson (Someone Else's Love Story)
When you’re kind to people, and you pay attention, you make a field of comfort around them, and you get it back—the Golden Rule meets the Law of Karma meets Murphy’s Law.
Anne Lamott (Plan B: Further Thoughts on Faith)
Am I being paid back for something I did? he asked himself. Something I don't know about or remember? But nobody pays back, he reflected. I learned that a long time ago: you're not paid back for the bad you do nor the good you do. It all comes out uneven at the end. Haven't I learned that by now, if I've learned anything?
Philip K. Dick (Flow My Tears, the Policeman Said)
Every thought and every deed is forever recorded in the invisible history of life and cannot help but come back to us in kind. In fact, that is how we evolve. We pay for our mistakes by suffering. We are rewarded for our progress through added happiness. It is not that God punishes or rewards us. It is the natural and inevitable working of life, the unavoidable consequences that will always return to us. We do not have to punish our so-called enemies. We do not have to punish ourselves for our own mistakes. Our own resulting suffering is enough punishment and will ensure our eventual progress. Self-healing is based on a willingness to understand our own vulnerabilities and weaknesses, and then to forgive them all. If we knew better, we would do better. There is an inbuilt innocence intrinsic to our nature as part of our human existence. It is the child within which causes us such problems and refuses to grow up. We acknowledge the truth about God’s child, the higher innate innocence of all beings.
Donna Goddard (The Love of Devotion)
When Freemasons vainglory on their deeds during the French Revolution, they forget that many innocents paid with their own life for that, including pregnant women and children from the royal families, and those that have witness it didn't forget, and will likewise turn the karma back on them in the years to come, making their innocents pay for the guilty ones.
Robin Sacredfire
much better thought of as nothing more than Karma, pure and simple—the old “what goes around comes around” dictum; those people who are abusers and evil in nature in one life, pay the price in the next. So all of those people who boarded the charter bus are going back, but not to their old lives—those bodies are dead. They will be
A. Robert Allen (Failed Moments (Historical Fiction))
There are three types of karma - agamya, prarabdha and sanchita. Sanchita karma is like a bank, a reserve bank. Understand, this may not be the first time you have taken a body and come to planet earth. You may have taken millions of bodies before! In those millions of bodies, whatever thoughts you had, whatever you spoke, whatever you did, all those unfulfilled experiences have become your engrams –engraved memories. Put together, they are like a bank called sanchita karma. When I say ‘bank’, it is not a collection or saving, it is debt! You will have to pay back all the loans
Bhagavan Sri Nithyananda Paramashivam
Funny how life pays you back for hurting other people. You may get what you want, but then you have to live with it. Some choices carry their own punishment.
Diana Palmer (Paper Husband (Mills & Boon Short Stories))