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Offline JennyLeez

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Q & A: Member’s Karma
« on: January 18, 2017, 11:01:08 PM »
By Wiki definition Karma means "Good intent and good deed will contribute to good karma and future happiness. While bad intent and bad deed contribute to bad karma and future suffering".

Wiki also refers to "The spiritual principle of cause and effect where intent and actions of an individual (cause) influence the future of that individual (effect)."

This Forum uses the Karma theory to allow members to 'Like" as in Facebook or to Disagree regarding Member Posts.
On the Left of all Posts is the Posting Member's Profile. Under the Avatar is the Member's Stats including their Karma accumulated.

When reading other Member's Posts if you like what you read Click on "Like" or if you strongly disagree Click on "Disagree".

1 Karma will be added or removed accordingly.


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Offline Martin4Jay

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Re: Q & A: Member’s Karma
« Reply #1 on: January 19, 2017, 05:55:43 AM »
In UK Karma is use as part of life mainly bad  ???
But I thought it was used in a good way  :)

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Offline JennyLeez

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An Example of Karma for Martin
« Reply #2 on: January 22, 2017, 12:36:32 PM »
@Martin4Jay

I guess Karma is an individual’s own interpretation. I am a fairly positive person, a Pollyanna as so to speak. Hence  Karma is a positive thing for me. Here is an example of how I interpret Karma.

Around 6 months ago a client came to me telling me that he had a friend who had just taken his Hard Drive to the dump. In a fit of rage because it was not doing what he wanted, he had thrown it on the floor :)

Now this fellow was terminal with an illness and my client wondered if I could help. So I built a Hard Drive outta of second hand bits I had and took it around to him. Installed it and set him back up and running.  Did I charge him – no.

Not so long ago my client reappeared. This time he bought me gifts. He bought me a Mouse, Keyboard, wide screen Monitor, Brother Printer with a new drum, speakers, router and the Hard Drive I had built for him plus a bar of chocolate.

My client told me his friend was no longer able to sit at the Computer and because of my kindest he wanted to give it all to me while he could.

Martin this to me is Karma :) 

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Re: Q & A: Member’s Karma
« Reply #3 on: January 22, 2017, 02:34:07 PM »
Kama is among things from nice to nasty. That is certainly nice Kama Jenny. I think Kama is what you perceive.  :)


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