Thread: Power - Karma
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Old 25-09-2008, 21:24   #29
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Re: Power - Karma

There is so much to learn about how this forum thing operates that it makes me so mad that I want to swear and I will be penalised if I do and then I will be banned and then I will have to pretend I am someone else and then I am lying and I don't like liars so that will make me even madder and want to swear more but that means I will be penalised even more which will make me swear even more and then I will be hated even more and like everyone else I just want to be liked by the entire membership and ................... ooh, I have just received some Karma, not a clue what it is but let's do a google
The korma (sometimes spelt kormaa, qorma, khorma, or kurma) is a mild, pale, creamy, curry dish originating in India and can be made with yoghurt, cream, nut and seed pastes or coconut milk. Both vegetarian and non-vegetarian kormas exist.
That doesn't make sense, why would someone send me a mild curry

I want a strong curry because mild curry makes me so mad that I want to swear at the next person who rings me trying to sell me double glazing or a holiday or .................. wait a minute - I spy with my little eye - something beginning with 'T'

Ahh typo!
Not 'Korma' you grett nit wit, 'Karma'

isn't google great!

The philosophical explanation of karma can differ slightly between traditions, but the general concept is basically the same. Through the law of karma, the effects of all deeds actively create past, present, and future experiences, thus making one responsible for one's own life, and the pain and joy it brings to him/her and others. The results or 'fruits' of actions are called karma-phala. In religions that incorporate reincarnation, karma extends through one's present life and all past and future lives as well.
I am calm now and I think that Karma is something good so that makes me even calmer and I am feeling sleepy so this forum stuff will have to wait till tomorrow when I can concentrate.

It's been a long day and teddy is tired
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