Karma, simply put, is an action for an action, good or bad.
The secret of karma yoga which is to perform actions without any fruitive desires is taught by Lord Krishna in the Bhagavad-Gita.
Justice is the truth in action.
Every moment of your life, you perform action – physically, mentally, emotionally, and energy-wise. Each action creates a certain memory. That is karma.
Every action has equal and opposite reaction. This is law of the universe and spares none. Wrong done and injustice inflicted is paid back in the same coin. No one has escaped justice of the universe. It is only a matter of time.
My actions are my only true belongings. I cannot escape the consequences of my actions. My actions are the ground upon which I stand.
Karma means that all actions have consequences. Grace means that in a moment of atonement -taking responsibility, making amends, asking for forgiveness – all karma is burned.
There is no good or bad in the universe, only action and consequence.
Your actions cause karma’s reactions.
Nothing happens by chance, by fate. You create your own fate by your actions. That’s Karma.
You cannot control the results, only your actions.
Thoughts lead on to purposes; purposes go forth in action; actions form habits; habits decide character; and character fixes our destiny.
Karma means both action and memory. There is no memory without action and no action without memory.
We are the result of our actions.
Pleasure and pain come from your own past actions.
Rights are not a matter of numbers – and there can be no such thing, in law or in morality, as actions forbidden to an individual, but permitted to a mob.
I worship individuals for their highest possibilities as individuals and I loathe humanity for its failure to live up to these possibilities.
The ladder of success is best climbed by stepping on the rungs of opportunity.
Integrity is the ability to stand by an idea.
A desire presupposes the possibility of action to achieve it; action presupposes a goal which is worth achieving.