Sparks | Instant Karma

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the law of karma, more specifically instant karma and the delivery method of karma.

Say for example I’m driving down the road and someone cuts me off. I decide to speed up and do exactly what this person did to me, to them; or retaliate in some other way.

What makes it ok for me to deliver this person’s “bad karma?” When is it ok to “teach people a lesson?” Who determines that? This even goes for matching an angry tone with another angry tone instead of an understanding voice or the like…

Karma would have worked itself out eventually… right? Am I stepping out of bounds by acting on impulse? Letting someone elses actions affect how I act?

One response to “Sparks | Instant Karma”

  1. personally I believe that karma will work everything out, whether we try to carry out its duties or not… but I also believe that in certain circumstances, it may be valuable to teach people a lesson


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