Tuesday, April 14, 2015


pencil on paper
Karma, cause and effect, who knows when it begins. Lohbado often paused to contemplate karma. It's common sense. If one behaves in a decent, friendly and cheerful manner, things go smoother than if one is abrasive and obnoxious. Sometimes things happen out of the blue, a mishap, unpleasant surprise, an affliction, disease. Karma doesn't mean punishment. When things go bad, it doesn't mean one is being punished. It just means a painful situation is happening. Do whatever is necessary to deal with the situation. Eventually it will pass. The wheel of ups and downs, clean sailing for a while, then turbulence, then a quiet stretch, alternating between anxiety, boredom and equanimity. It's something to contemplate.

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