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April 11 2001 Concept Essay The Energies of Karma It turns out your mom was right when she said What goes around comes around Karma is the cause and affect Beggars will know feast and gluttons will know famine Phil Knight will work 18-hour days in a sweatshop in Jakarta and go through his entire life barefoot Mike Tyson will grow up with loving parents in a happy home and be able to process his anger through quilting and become an award-winning florist Mary Lou Retton will be Manute Bol and vice versa Spike Lee will have season tickets in the last row of the Alamo dome behind a pole right next to Crazy George Sports agents will continue to be parasites and leeches and Im not speaking figuratively Albert Belle will be a frightened 98-pound baseball writer with a speech impediment Wilt Chamberlain will be smaller than Simon Birch and score less than Don Knotts Carmen Electra will be wed in a beautiful church stay married for 75 years and have a handsome faithful husband who never once asks to we ar her teddies Latrell Sprewell will return as an eyeless cave flatworm owing to the karmic law that dictates each soul to come back in a life form equal to or greater than its last Magic Johnson gets to start over Karma is an essential concept that is most common in religions such as Buddhism Hinduism and Jainism Encartamsncom It is the belief that the life that one holds presently is the result of the physical and mental actions of ones past life Encyclopediacom The actions of ones life now will determine the destiny of ones future life Karma is an accepted law of ethical cause and effect and is in no way related to the ideas that punishment comes from an ultimate power Encyclopediacom Karmic law is universally related and only those who have achieved release from rebirth called mukti
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