Saturday, January 28, 2012

Time and Karma

This week's prompt at GBE2 is on TIME
and  at the  Blogging for Fun is on KARMA

I combined the two into one post, as my thoughts on both prompts are inter-linked.

My thoughts on TIME

T  = take some time off to stop and smell the roses.

I   =  irreversible so make the best of each moment.

M = make memorable moments that will live forever.

E = evanescent yet eternal. So believing in karma and cause and effect and that our actions
       are accumulated across lifetimes, I need to use it wisely to always act in ways that are
       enriching for all.

My thoughts on KARMA

K = kindness will be repaid in many wonderful ways.

A = act altruistically and in a way that is beneficial to all because all actions have consequences.

R = the Universe rewards and reprimands. Detach from outcome (rewards and retribution)
       and let God take care of that.

M = thoughts manifest, make them magnificent - this is essence of the law of attraction and I also
        believe of Karma (cause and effect).

A = there are no accidents or chance events, we are all part of a collective consciousness.
       My actions affect all others and vice versa. The Upanishads (Hindu philosophical texts)
       sum this up well in these words:
"When a blade of grass is cut, the whole Universe quivers".

Warm Regards

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  1. I love this quote "When a blade of grass is cut, the whole Universe quivers".

    1. It is a thought provoking quote. thanks so much for visiting.

  2. Well said.


    1. Thanks Joyce. There are some very interesting posts on these topics.

  3. I loved every single word! Suzy your mind is a joyous place to visit. ♥

  4. This is a very insightful post! Thanks!

  5. Replies
    1. Thanks Claudia - took me a while to get going - procrastination causing delays!

  6. The I in time comment is the one that has stuck with me. It is simply true and worth remembering. You can't go back, reuse a moment, so make it count.

    1. Thanks Mojo Writin'. Really hits home when you read that word. thanks for visiting.

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    1. Thanks Daphne - I couldn't get my head around it any other way. Loved your post too.

  8. You made me smile just by a beautiful use of the word evanescent. Like your karmic attitude, too.

    1. Thanks Beverly for your nice comment and for visiting my blog. the thesaurus is a handy tool. I tried to read your blog but it kept crashing on me. Will try again later.


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