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Religious OriginPlay
Remember 'karma' is rooted in religion, reflecting a spiritual belief rather than a proven fact. SlideMany people visit the temple to improve their karma for the next life.
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Not InstantPlay
'Karma' in this context usually doesn’t imply immediate results but rather consequences in a future existence. SlideHis kindness may not pay off now, but it's good karma for the future.
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Moral ActionsPlay
Focus on 'karma' relating to moral actions; it's more about ethics than random good or bad luck. SlideShe helps others, believing her good karma will carry forward.