Whether you realize it or not, everything that you say or do impacts what happens in your future. The things you think, what you verbalize, how you react to situations, how you treat others, and what you do in your life. Yes, we are all responsible for our own actions, but karma is a real thing!  Sometimes karma may affect us positively, but other times the bad luck we think we are having is actually bad karma coming to kick our butts. So how can we avoid feeling like life is just beating us down? Below you will find ways 3 huge ways to evade bad karma!

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We see someone walking down the road, another has a car pulled over to the side of the street, an elderly person walking slowly and cautiously in the parking lot, a begger on the corner, a mother with a child in one arm and groceries in the other, a child struggling emotionally. Many times it’s simply easier to just not inconvenience ourselves by turning our cheeks and pretending like we don’t see anything. But why??? We’re all human, we all bleed red, we’re all in this together.

One person may not be able to change the world, but one person may be able to change another person’s world. No matter how small or large a task may be, take the time to reach out to others to try to help them. Help change that tire, give someone a ride, help the elderly person across the parking lot, offer to grab the groceries for that mother. Do something. You will see that you feel better mentally and emotionally and watch that positive karma overcome your life.

Whether it be some volunteer work at a local animal shelter, a goodwill, a food pantry, or helping to clean the streets, or helping older and disabled people, the need for people to be involved is greater than ever. I have seen elections, race, and religions rip us human beings apart. But why?? Because once again, we’re all human and all in this together.

It may seem daunting to get involved in free voluntary work in the midst of our extremely busy lives, but the reward is far greater than just ignoring it. We inherit a more close knit community and the karma train comes rolling around once again!

Driving down the road, I get so sick to my stomach seeing these homeless tent communities or folks waiting outside of the shelters, only to be rejected because the shelter is full.

I’m not saying you need to run around handing these people money. I truly dont believe that will help anything. But what you can do, is research the resources in your community and pass that info out to the people in need. Resources such as temp job agencies, libraries so they can use a computer, food stamps, medicaid, childcare, free cellphone program, transportation, food banks, and sliding scale/free mental health facilities. Perhaps volunteer at one of those resources if you can. Take a homeless child out on an outing to a movie, a zoo, a museum, somewhere.

Everyone deserves a second chance, no matter what got them in that position in the first place. And once again *chooo chooo* here comes that positive karma train again!

I really cannot emphasize the importance and relevance of what saying and doing good things in your life will do (for yourself and others.) You will experience the utmost satisfaction and remember……… The karma in your life will forever change!!! 😉

30 thoughts on “3 Huge Ways To Evade Bad Karma

  1. I agree with all you say. What goes around comes around. But not help just because we fear karma is gonna hit us, help because that’s just the way it should be. I always had trouble supporting the homeless though because I thought “why don’t just get a job cleaning restrooms or something instead of asking for my hard earned money?” and thought it was their karma… but you mentioned other ways to help them and I think that’s great, you thought me a lesson here!

  2. I love what you wrote about 1 person being able to change another one’s world. Just one. Not only can I focus on my boys right in front of me and “change their world” for the good, but we also as a family spend regular time with homeless friends. We help them, but they also help us. Serving others takes us out of the mindframe that it’s “all about me.” 🙂

  3. I love the part you added about FIGHT HOMELESSNESS AND HUNGER. I am going to be starting my foundation this year and i am very excited. In December we plan to feed the homeless and i know its a good thing to do. Thank you.

  4. I totally loved reading your post, I totally believe in Karma. What 3 points you have stated is very simple to follow but make huge difference to society.

  5. I think karma is a very real thing. When we give to others, we receive love and joy and peace from God or the universe, or whatever you want to call it.

  6. for me karma is really happen to the people who keep on doing bad things to others. there is saying that what you do to your neighbor will come back to you. So keep doing good to others.

    1. That’s probably the best policy for it. Treat people like they are at least human beings, and you will not have much to worry about 😉

  7. There is just so much value in all of these tips. Cause and effect. There is an effect for every cause. It is your choice to decide if you want to have to deal with good or bad effects from your actions in this life.

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