Two four-foot-wide paintings from the "Sigils" series by Will Boone, now on view at karma gallery in New York.
Good luck and pray that karma doesn't attach a Freddy Krueger like scarletletter to your entire body.
The Dalai Lama is quite happy to contemplate the karma of digital technology while leaving geeky details to the younger crowd.
karma Nirvana karma Nirvana, a Britain-based charity, helps women who are victims of honor-based abuse and forced marriages.
Whenever my Austin friends start talking about obscure topics like karma, I am forced to bring up the name of Karl Rove.
And every sin and crime of that religion, or that Church, falls into the scales of karma stamped with the name of the Founder.
I must saturate myself with repose and with the underlying—with karma.
Ryseki listened unmoved to Shinzabur's story, for he had heard so many bearing on the same theme, the evil power of karma.
The pupil asked: "If it is so, why is not one informed of one's karma from the beginning?"
But some power too, either of his karma or his nature, must be taken into account to explain the fact that he was so.
1827, in Buddhism, the sum of a person's actions in one life, which determine his form in the next; from Sanskrit karma "action, work, deed; fate," related to krnoti, Avestan kerenaoiti "makes," Old Persian kunautiy "he makes;" from PIE root *kwer- "to make, form," related to the second element in Sanskrit.