A thought on Karma

August 13, 2013 at 3:26 pm Leave a comment

You don’t have to wait through your whole life before you find out if there are repercussions, as our dominant mono-theistic religions would postulate.  Karma will let you know much sooner, sometimes right away!  You can see Karma at work all the time.  Why wait until death?  No reason.  

Getting in trouble with the law?  Sometimes Karma hits hard.  When there are hundreds of people who want an organ transplant, the people who did not get in trouble with the law get put on the transplant lists while the people who repeatedly disregarded the laws get left off the list. 


Keepers of the nation’s transplant list have strict guidelines about who qualifies, and while doctors didn’t specify the reason, family friends told Channel 2’s Tony Thomas they’ve been told it’s partly because Anthony has had low grades and trouble with the law.

“This is unacceptable because he must lose his life because of a non-compliance”, says a friend of the family.  

His life is in danger because of a problem with his heart.  Not as a result of non-compliance.  He’s not getting the transplant (in part) due to the non-compliance.  For the ‘death-sentence’ that is his heart condition – you’ll have to go back to whatever it is you believe (it’s God’s plan, it’s unlucky genetic patterns, it’s genetically-modified food, it’s something he did in a past life, it’s b/c a parent did “fill-in-the-blank” during pregnacy, etc.).  

The Earth is round.  A bear shits in the woods.  And if you are repeatedly getting in trouble and routinely getting bad grades…good things are unlikely to happen.  These are three facts.  


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