Origin of karma
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Others have taken the stage to tell women to just work harder and trust in karma.
Good luck and pray that Karma doesn't attach a Freddy Krueger like scarletletter to your entire body.Most Creative ‘Net Neutrality’ Comments on the FCC Website|Abby Haglage|June 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Two four-foot-wide paintings from the "Sigils" series by Will Boone, now on view at Karma gallery in New York.
Throw up one last fist-pump in memory of those nights at Karma, because all guido things must come to end.‘Jersey Shore’ Canceled: 11 Wildest Moments (VIDEO)|Kevin Fallon|August 31, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The Dalai Lama is quite happy to contemplate the karma of digital technology while leaving geeky details to the younger crowd.Dalai Lama, Twitter Rock Star: The Virtual Influence of His Holiness|Melinda Liu|August 6, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Ha-li-ma or Karma was fifth head of the Karma-pa school and was invited on his own merits to China where he died in 1426 or 1414.
The Hindus contrast salvation by bhagti to that by karma, or works.Among the Wild Tribes of the Afghan Frontier|T. L. Pennell
Upon his death a new sentient being, 'realized through his endeavour,' comes into existence to inherit and carry on his Karma.
Those who follow afterwards are supposed to inherit the Karma of the locality.
But some power too, either of his karma or his nature, must be taken into account to explain the fact that he was so.The Gtakaml|rya Sra
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Word Origin for karma
Word Origin and History for karma
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.