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The Power of Action: Reflections on Karma and Dharma

Updated: May 28, 2023

Karma - Action

The forward and behind, reaction

Gasoline and match then

Spontaneous, divine, holistic faction

The divide by n0ne fraction

Fatal attraction

Prepared distraction

Diffusion and diffraction

Tasteful olfaction

Addition and transaction

Multiplication and abdication

Busses cars planes and train stations

Unto each step and nation

All art the patron

Father and matron

An apron and pun

How fun

Let us run

The sun knows no glum

On the tongue and my belly yum

Stick out your tongue

Fate is unstrung

Destiny has sung


Do we belong?

Is our song,

to right the wrong?

At its core, the poem reflects on the interconnectedness of our actions and the impact they have on the world around us. It speaks to the idea that our lives are shaped by the choices we make, and that each decision we take has a ripple effect that can spread far and wide. Whether it's a kind word to a stranger, a charitable donation, or a small act of courage in the face of adversity, every action we take has the power to shape our future and the world we live in. By recognizing our ability to make a difference, we can become agents of positive change and work towards creating a better world for ourselves and those around us.

In Hindu and Buddhist traditions, Dharma refers to the natural order of things and the moral principles that guide our actions. By aligning our actions with our inner sense of purpose and following the path of Dharma, we can lead a fulfilling and meaningful life. Ultimately, the practice of Dharma encourages us to be mindful of our actions and their consequences, and to work towards creating a more compassionate and just world for all beings.



Alone or Together?

We have two ears, and one face; there are consequences to being two faced.

Often Times, it is the Journey that is the Destination

“And the future never comes. What comes is always here now.” -Osho

Are you with me?

The decision of where to go

Thank you

The decision of what to eat and how it affects our feats

Companionship

Rising from a distance

Tranquility - Together

String of Fate

For the Future

It feels like you are so far


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