karma

[ kahr-muh ]SEE DEFINITION OF karma

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR KARMA

I must saturate myself with repose and with the underlying—with Karma.

Karma is the Law of the Universe, the expression of divine Will.

And what have ye done to Karma, that he is so wet and silent?

How can one substitute here a sameness of Karma for identity of soul?

I soon discovered that, no matter how the wheel is turned, the Karma or merit is equal.

Equally unsatisfying is the statement that phenomena are aggregates of Karma.

She was now quite up in karma and entirely absorbed in the “Uplift.”

They talk about incarnations and "Karma," which sounds like the name of a salve to me.

The pupil asked: "If it is so, why is not one informed of one's Karma from the beginning?"

Yet that, Leilah, who had come to believe in karma, afterward regarded as fate.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR KARMA

lot

nounfate, destiny
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