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He spoke about purpose and trust and karma, at times wondering aloud if a principled man can exist in an underhanded game.
In addition to it being the right thing to do, I also think mentoring is great karma points.
“In terms of individual palms, if you have bad karma, then it’s going to literally get no oil,” Martienssen says.
THE ENVIRONMENTAL HEADACHE IN YOUR SHAMPOO - ISSUE 90: SOMETHING GREENANASTASIA BENDEBURY & MICHAEL SHILO DELAYSEPTEMBER 16, 2020NAUTILUS
Karma entered with her into the little guest-room where she was to dance and charged the very air with revelation.
THE DRAGON PAINTERMARY MCNEIL FENOLLOSA
There has been one working of karma so tremendous during the last year, that I will take it as an illustration—Spain.
Another great function of the Gods is the dealing with the karma of nations, "collective karma," as it is sometimes called.
Such was the karma made by Spain in the days of her glory, and the horror of her conquests sank into the oblivion of the past.
This also is true in a much more limited way with regard to the working of individual karma.
If we went south-westwards we should come too near to Karma Puntso, and so we chose the south-easterly route.
What must our Karma-relation have been in previous existences!
ROMANCES OF OLD JAPANYEI THEODORA OZAKI

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