Premise: We all know that what we plant today, shall harvest tomorrow. If we saw the seeds of evilness, we will reap the fruits of hatred but if we spread love our impression will be over lasting. So we are fully responsible for our fate.
Karma: God is a great creator and his whole creation is an endless endeavour to give a concrete tangible form to the abstract- to impart physical charms and qualities of human personalities to an absolute concept. The theory of ‘KARMA’ suggests that “Do unto others as we would have them do unto us”, means as we treat others, so we will be treated. Thus, our behavior should always be polite, calm and soft so that it doesn’t hurt others. Injustice should not be done in any cases, before judging someone it should be considered that the other person may have some reasons for acting so.
Good need not prove itself: Good people are like candles as they burn themselves up to give others light and no beauty shines brighter than that of a good heart. They maintain their goodness and try not to abuse others by being rude, even when they face lousy people and adverse stuations.
Conclusion: Those who spend their time looking for the faults in others usually never get time to correct their own. Some people make the world special just by being in it with their good heart and gesture. It is obvious that circumstances remain changing in human life. It’s our responsibility not to devalue or hurt anyone in life, and should respond carefully to the actions of others. Then only we can get a peaceful community, society and the world at large.
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