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Justice by XhosaNostra(f): 1:51pm On Jan 26
Have you ever seen Karma at work? Please share your stories.

Today I just received news that I've been waiting for, for over a decade. But I'll save that for last.

In 1997, my biological father passed away from complications related to diabetes. He left a lot of money. He was a businessman, who ran his bar singlehandedly, until shortly before his passing. Anyway, there were even more complications to follow: he didn't leave a will. So about two weeks after his funeral we were summoned to court, myself, my 3 other siblings & our mothers. My father was survived by an older brother. All his other siblings were long gone. My uncle was appointed by the court to divide the money, equally, between us (the children). Long story short, I never got a cent! I'm not sure if he gave the two children from my father's 1st marriage anything, but a huge lump sum of the money went to him. He went on a shopping spree & spoiled his own family with gifts. He opened his own business, a supermarket. However, he didn't live long enough to enjoy the fruits of his deceit. He died 6 months later from a brain tumour. I felt justice was served!

Now back to the news from the beginning of my post. I have one sibling on my mother's side. She's 15 years older. At the end of 1999, I had to go live with her. She has a good paying job, working for the government. When we 1st started living together, she made sure that my future was secured. She got me an education plan, which would have paid for all my university expenses. When I was in grade 11 she had her 1st child & everything changed. I don't wanna go into it, but she removed my name from the education plan. Her child was the sole beneficiary. Naturally, I was heartbroken. I cried over it for years. Now the child is all grown. She's so close to getting everything that was taken from me. But life has other plans by the sound of it, because I just heard that she dropped out of school & is refusing to go back to school. I should be celebrating, but I'm not. The only thing "sweeting" me is, her mother finally got her visit from Karma after everything she's put me through. I was good & yet she treated me like garbage. She told lies about me & now every lie she ever told is coming back to haunt her through the very child she used as an excuse to treat me like an outsider.

Never take revenge on people. Leave it all to Karma.

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Re: Justice by Yambee: 1:51pm On Jan 26
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Re: Justice by Jaqenhghar: 1:55pm On Jan 26
Not a believer of Karma per se. But Ive seen some things.

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Re: Justice by Ishilove: 1:58pm On Jan 26
Unfortunately, it isn't every time karma deals with the wicked. They go on to prosper in their wickedness.

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Re: Justice by MJBOLT: 2:01pm On Jan 26
i do not believe in karma
Re: Justice by DanDeeBoss(m): 2:03pm On Jan 26
Still waiting on Karma... .
Re: Justice by dingbang(m): 2:48pm On Jan 26
The only karma that is surer than is hell!

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Re: Justice by XhosaNostra(f): 4:01pm On Jan 26
Jaqenhghar:
Not a believer of Karma per se. But Ive seen some things.

Well, I was also not a believer, but now I'm sold. Diaris God grin
My niece is the same age & grade I was when her mother started acting out. That can't be a coincidence. Even she (my sister) is getting the message loud & clear.
Re: Justice by JaceBlaze: 5:06pm On Jan 26
XhosaNostra:
Have you ever seen Karma at work? Please share your stories.

Today I just received news that I've been waiting for, for over a decade. But I'll save that for last.

In 1997, my biological father passed away from complications related to diabetes. He left a lot of money. He was a businessman, who ran his bar singlehandedly, until shortly before his passing. Anyway, there were even more complications to follow: he didn't leave a will. So about two weeks after his funeral we were summoned to court, myself, my 3 other siblings & our mothers. My father was survived by an older brother. All his other siblings were long gone. My uncle was appointed by the court to divide the money, equally, between us (the children). Long story short, I never got a cent! I'm not sure if he gave the two children from my father's 1st marriage anything, but a huge lump sum of the money went to him. He went on a shopping spree & spoiled his own family with gifts. He opened his own business, a supermarket. However, he didn't live long enough to enjoy the fruits of his deceit. He died 6 months later from a brain tumour. I felt justice was served!

Now back to the news from the beginning of my post. I have one sibling on my mother's side. She's 15 years older. At the end of 1999, I had to go live with her. She has a good paying job, working for the government. When we 1st started living together, she made sure that my future was secured. She got me an education plan, which would have paid for all my university expenses. When I was in grade 11 she had her 1st child & everything changed. I don't wanna go into it, but she removed my name from the education plan. Her child was the sole beneficiary. Naturally, I was heartbroken. I cried over it for years. Now the child is all grown. She's so close to getting everything that was taken from me. But life has other plans by the sound of it, because I just heard that she dropped out of school & is refusing to go back to school. I should be celebrating, but I'm not. The only thing "sweeting" me is, her mother finally got her visit from Karma after everything she's put me through. I was good & yet she treated me like garbage. She told lies about me & now every lie she ever told is coming back to haunt her through the very child she used as an excuse to treat me like an outsider.

Never take revenge on people. Leave it all to Karma.
Sad story....


I'm just not sure if I believe in Karma because a lot of these rich people got to the top screwing over other people and they keep getting richer and richer.If it's Karma then it's selective when it visits the culprits.I know a lot of people that should have it coming to them a thousands times over but they are still doing fine.

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Re: Justice by XhosaNostra(f): 5:38pm On Jan 26
JaceBlaze:
Sad story....


I'm just not sure if I believe in Karma because a lot of these rich people got to the top screwing over other people and they keep getting richer and richer.If it's Karma then it's selective when it visits the culprits.I know a lot of people that should have it coming to them a thousands times over but they are still doing fine.

In some cases it takes time. Plus being rich doesn't mean someone is happy. Some end up killing themselves even with millions in the bank.

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Re: Justice by JaceBlaze: 6:38pm On Jan 26
XhosaNostra:


In some cases it takes time. Plus being rich doesn't mean someone is happy. Some end up killing themselves even with millions in the bank.
However long it takes,it better happen while I'm still alive to see the enemy suffer or else it ain't really Karma

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Re: Justice by HarryDuce(m): 6:40pm On Jan 26
I don't think i can relate to any experience in my life that boldly screams KARMA IN ACTION though.
At least not yet. I would say karma has a mind of its own and plays by the rules of no man as is evident in most of society. Whatever happens, happens.

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Re: Justice by XhosaNostra(f): 6:55pm On Jan 26
JaceBlaze:
However long it takes,it better happen while I'm still alive to see the enemy suffer or else it ain't really Karma

LMFAO. You could start haunting them from the other side grin
Re: Justice by XhosaNostra(f): 6:56pm On Jan 26
HarryDuce:
I don't think i can relate to any experience in my life that boldly screams KARMA IN ACTION though.
At least not yet. I would say karma has a mind of its own and plays by the rules of no man as is evident in most of society. Whatever happens, happens.

I fully agree with the bolded.

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Re: Justice by JaceBlaze: 7:23pm On Jan 26
XhosaNostra:


LMFAO. You could start haunting them from the other side grin
I probably have stepped on some toes myself grin so I won't haunt in peace without being haunted

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Re: Justice by Auladimeji(m): 8:44pm On Jan 26
Karma will also visit you because you are not a saint either
Re: Justice by dochenaj: 10:43pm On Jan 26
Well it is no secret that when you sow, you must reap. He that sows the wind will reap the whirlwind thus signifying that there is a multiplying effect when the time to reap comes.

Now this is a natural law, but like all natural laws; they can be hacked. For instance the law of gravity, states that whatever goes up must come down but if it goes up with a certain speed (escape velocity) then it sure ain't coming down.

Some have inadvertently stumbled upon the hack for the law of karma. And are hence immune to their past.

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Re: Justice by karli4nia(m): 11:07pm On Jan 26
Ishilove:
Unfortunately, it isn't every time karma deals with the wicked. They go on to prosper in their wickedness.

Yeah.. Like Majek fashek sings ..." The wicked people they still prosper inna dis world oh......"

Well, the truth is that the Great divine law never fails. It is very wise and know at the exact moment and through what circumstance to pay karma to the one who owes and darhma to the one who is owed.

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Re: Justice by karli4nia(m): 11:26pm On Jan 26
XhosaNostra:
Have you ever seen Karma at work? Please share your stories.

Today I just received news that I've been waiting for, for over a decade. But I'll save that for last.

In 1997, my biological father passed away from complications related to diabetes. He left a lot of money. He was a businessman, who ran his bar singlehandedly, until shortly before his passing. Anyway, there were even more complications to follow: he didn't leave a will. So about two weeks after his funeral we were summoned to court, myself, my 3 other siblings & our mothers. My father was survived by an older brother. All his other siblings were long gone. My uncle was appointed by the court to divide the money, equally, between us (the children). Long story short, I never got a cent! I'm not sure if he gave the two children from my father's 1st marriage anything, but a huge lump sum of the money went to him. He went on a shopping spree & spoiled his own family with gifts. He opened his own business, a supermarket. However, he didn't live long enough to enjoy the fruits of his deceit. He died 6 months later from a brain tumour. I felt justice was served!

Now back to the news from the beginning of my post. I have one sibling on my mother's side. She's 15 years older. At the end of 1999, I had to go live with her. She has a good paying job, working for the government. When we 1st started living together, she made sure that my future was secured. She got me an education plan, which would have paid for all my university expenses. When I was in grade 11 she had her 1st child & everything changed. I don't wanna go into it, but she removed my name from the education plan. Her child was the sole beneficiary. Naturally, I was heartbroken. I cried over it for years. Now the child is all grown. She's so close to getting everything that was taken from me. But life has other plans by the sound of it, because I just heard that she dropped out of school & is refusing to go back to school. I should be celebrating, but I'm not. The only thing "sweeting" me is, her mother finally got her visit from Karma after everything she's put me through. I was good & yet she treated me like garbage. She told lies about me & now every lie she ever told is coming back to haunt her through the very child she used as an excuse to treat me like an outsider.

Never take revenge on people. Leave it all to Karma.

True DAT. I have direct experience of dharma and karma. I concurr with your write up. Karma is real @ 100%.
It is a universal law that balances our accounts.. Pays us for our good and bad actions. It is the same as the law of sowing and reaping in the bible.
Karma is the law of cause and effect. That to every cause there is a corresponding effect and to every effect there is a root cause. Karma, though, isn't a mechanical law, it isn't like a fixed thing cos beside justice there is always mercy and divine forgiveness. I like to think when there is true repentance, there is total forgiveness and mercy and as such no need for karma.

In esoteric literature, they say something of karma, they say, we do not have to pay always with pain and suffering for the eveil we did, but we can act wise and pay with good works and repentance, thereby avoiding the deep pain and suffering that awaits us.

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Re: Justice by Nobody: 10:07pm On Jan 27
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Re: Justice by WORDWORLD: 10:28pm On Jan 27
karli4nia:


True DAT. I have direct experience of dharma and karma. I concurr with your write up. Karma is real @ 100%.
It is a universal law that balances our accounts.. Pays us for our good and bad actions. It is the same as the law of sowing and reaping in the bible.
Karma is the law of cause and effect. That to every cause there is a corresponding effect and to every effect there is a root cause. Karma, though, isn't a mechanical law, it isn't like a fixed thing cos beside justice there is always mercy and divine forgiveness. I like to think when there is true repentance, there is total forgiveness and mercy and as such no need for karma.

In esoteric literature, they say something of karma, they say, we do not have to pay always with pain and suffering for the eveil we did, but we can act wise and pay with good works and repentance, thereby avoiding the deep pain and suffering that awaits us
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Chubhie now this is an aspect of Metaphysics i was refering to in your last thread titled 'when you enter a woman' unfortunately that fellow was confusing Physics with Metaphysics a reason I had to discontinue. Well, when am really, really in the mood I hope to grace that thread of yours again with indepth education.

And then my dear friend karli4nia thank you very much for your ENLIGHTENMENT. Are you a perennialist?!

Re: Justice by Apination: 10:45pm On Jan 27
Really sad that you are rejoicing over other people's misfortune as though you would have acted any differently lipsrsealed

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Re: Justice by Chubhie: 6:49am On Jan 28
WORDWORLD:


Chubhie now this is an aspect of Metaphysics I was refering to I your last thread titled 'when you enter a woman' unfortunately that fellow was confusing Physics with Metaphysics a reason I had to discontinue. Well, when am really, really in the mood I hope to grace that thread of yours again with indepth education.

And then my dear friend karli4nia thank you very much for your ENLIGHTENMENT. Are you a perennialist?!

I look forward to that Prof.
Re: Justice by Starboytwo(m): 7:19am On Jan 28
What is carman
Re: Justice by Satan66(m): 7:46am On Jan 28
Garbage, why hasn't karma affected these Nigerian politicians.

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Re: Justice by Deicide: 11:58am On Jan 28
Its not karma the woman probably spolt the child so the probability of that outcome was high!....karma doesn't exist well at least not as a physical law of the universe.
Re: Justice by Next2Bezee(m): 12:05pm On Jan 28
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Re: Justice by Omudia11: 4:43pm On Mar 29
You mean the woman who removed you from your education plan and spread rumours about you was your biological sister from the same mother?
XhosaNostra:


Well, I was also not a believer, but now I'm sold. Diaris God grin
My niece is the same age & grade I was when her mother started acting out. That can't be a coincidence. Even she (my sister) is getting the message loud & clear.

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Re: Justice by XhosaNostra(f): 5:20pm On Mar 29
Omudia11:
You mean the woman who removed you from your education plan and spread rumours about you was your biological sister from the same mother?

Yes.

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Re: Justice by Omudia11: 9:54pm On Mar 29
Damn, how can your own blood sister be so wicked towards you. That's pathetic.
XhosaNostra:


Yes.

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Re: Justice by Raalsalghul: 11:35pm On Mar 29
MJBOLT:
i do not believe in karma
For once me and you can agree on something..... undecided undecided undecided undecided undecided
Re: Justice by Raalsalghul: 11:36pm On Mar 29
XhosaNostra:
Have you ever seen Karma at work? Please share your stories.

Today I just received news that I've been waiting for, for over a decade. But I'll save that for last.

In 1997, my biological father passed away from complications related to diabetes. He left a lot of money. He was a businessman, who ran his bar singlehandedly, until shortly before his passing. Anyway, there were even more complications to follow: he didn't leave a will. So about two weeks after his funeral we were summoned to court, myself, my 3 other siblings & our mothers. My father was survived by an older brother. All his other siblings were long gone. My uncle was appointed by the court to divide the money, equally, between us (the children). Long story short, I never got a cent! I'm not sure if he gave the two children from my father's 1st marriage anything, but a huge lump sum of the money went to him. He went on a shopping spree & spoiled his own family with gifts. He opened his own business, a supermarket. However, he didn't live long enough to enjoy the fruits of his deceit. He died 6 months later from a brain tumour. I felt justice was served!

Now back to the news from the beginning of my post. I have one sibling on my mother's side. She's 15 years older. At the end of 1999, I had to go live with her. She has a good paying job, working for the government. When we 1st started living together, she made sure that my future was secured. She got me an education plan, which would have paid for all my university expenses. When I was in grade 11 she had her 1st child & everything changed. I don't wanna go into it, but she removed my name from the education plan. Her child was the sole beneficiary. Naturally, I was heartbroken. I cried over it for years. Now the child is all grown. She's so close to getting everything that was taken from me. But life has other plans by the sound of it, because I just heard that she dropped out of school & is refusing to go back to school. I should be celebrating, but I'm not. The only thing "sweeting" me is, her mother finally got her visit from Karma after everything she's put me through. I was good & yet she treated me like garbage. She told lies about me & now every lie she ever told is coming back to haunt her through the very child she used as an excuse to treat me like an outsider.

Never take revenge on people. Leave it all to Karma.
Sorry to burst your bubble, nothing like karma.... undecided undecided undecided undecided undecided

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