Does Karma actually exist?

While there is no proof that the Law of Karma exists, there is no doubt whatsoever that such a law is in place in the universe. The simple fact that all actions are organised in a reciprocated manner infers that such a law is in place. The law of the boomerang, cause and effect, action and reactions consistently recur on earth. If there was no law, it would be apparent in everything that happened around us. There would be apples growing on coconut trees. This Universal Law ensures order and organizes every effect based on its cause. It would be ridiculous to think that everything that is happening in our life is just happening by chance as a random phenomenon. Everything that happens is a reaction to a chain of actions. The world would be a chaotic jungle without the Law of Karma.

No doubt the law is complicated and difficult to understand, but the fact that it exists needs no argument. Every reaction is based on an action and every effect on a cause. The unique feature of the Law of Karma is that several of our actions are so distant that we don’t even remember them. Sometimes, they are actions of our previous life and our memory fails to recollect past-life events. But the Law of Karma makes no mistake. It is a Universal cosmic law. Just like the Law of Gravity does not make a mistake and several cosmic laws continue in perfection, the Law of Karma too does not forget to execute and respond to every action. Imagine we plant some seeds, say apples, and then we start hoping and wishing that we get strawberries, cherries or even peaches in return.

How much ever we hope for another fruit, it shall not appear. If it did, it would infer that there is no law like Karma. But we can see all around us that the Law of Action and Reaction prevails. We cannot deny its existence. Sceptics will still question the existence of this law and ask for proof. The world knows that some things can be proved, and some can be inferred. We can easily infer that the Law of Karma prevails in our own life as well as the world around us.

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  1. It’s an gloomy for mind and soul, which makes me day by day Realise