Alberta Hunter wrote:As I get older, the more that I believe that Karma truly exists. The person that accepted a donated knife under fraudulent
pretenses will have Karma to deal with at some time. Maybe not tomorrow and maybe not next week, but at some point, he
will have something unfortunate happen to him as a result. There is a flip side to that coin however, and that is- Karma works
both ways. The person who donated the knife did so out of kindness; and that is NEVER a bad thing. Karma will show up at some
point in his future and will repay that kindness in spades.
I have came to a similar conclusion. It seems to me a natural law, maybe (I hope) its an inherent trait in all of us.. I believe those who do these wrongs are in a way self harming, as regret and guilt are hard to suppress. Maybe they can sleep at night, with the help of alcohol/drugs etc but that then breeds destruction in itself.