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(in Hinduism and Buddhism) The sum of a person's actions in this and previous states of existence, viewed as deciding their fate in future existences,
  1. (in Hinduism and Buddhism) The sum of a person's actions in this and previous states of existence, viewed as deciding their fate in future existences

  2. Destiny or fate, following as effect from cause

  1. (Hinduism and Buddhism) the effects of a person's actions that determine his destiny in his next incarnation
  2. Karma (कर्म ; kamma) in Indian religions is the concept of "action" or "deed", understood as that which causes the entire cycle of cause and effect (i.e., the cycle called saṃsāra) originating in ancient India and treated in Hindu, Jain, Buddhist and Sikh philosophies.
  3. Karma - Crime. Passion. Reincarnation is a historic $5 million dollar Hollywood film that was filmed in India. For the first time in film, Karma encompasses talents from all over the world including such countries as, the United States of America, Italy, Germany, England, Austria and India. ...
  4. "Karma" is a song by American R&B-soul singer Alicia Keys from her second studio album, The Diary of Alicia Keys (2003). Written by Keys, Kerry Brothers, Jr. ...
  5. Behind the Front is the debut album by the Black Eyed Peas, released in 1998. Most of the tracks were demos for Grass Roots. The song "Joints & Jam" appeared on the soundtrack of Bulworth, where it was billed as "Joints & Jams". ...
  6. Karma is a popular Pakistani fashion label started by designers Kamiar Rokni and Maheen Ali in 2001. Karma is recognized as one of the rare South Asian labels that has introduced Western-style garments, such as cocktail dresses and evening gowns, to the South Asia.
  7. Karma (Xi'an "Shan" Coy Manh) is a fictional superheroine from Marvel Comics created by Chris Claremont and Frank Miller.
  8. (karmic) Of or pertaining to karma
  9. action; the act of doing
  10. Eastern name for the Law of Cause and Effect. The basic Law governing our existence in this solar system. Every thought, every action that we have and make sets into motion a cause. These causes have their effects, which make our lives, for good or ill. ...
  11. A complex doctrine fundamental to the teachings of Buddhism meaning action and its fruits, the continuing process of cause and effect. From a moral standpoint, karma implies that people are the architects of their own destiny, for what they sow, they will reap. ...
  12. A method of deciding the outcome of the event where the GM chooses the result based on a static attribute of the acting character (your Strength, Dexterity, etc). Originates with Ron Edward's design essay, System Matters.
  13. The law of cause and effect. 'Whatsoever a man soeth, that shall he also reap' (Gal. 6:7).
  14. Cause and Effect. From an absolute standpoint, karma is the circumstance of the moment. Relatively, it is the endless chain of cause and effect that defines the future events of an individuals life.
  15. A belief that all beings of lifeögods includedöare subject to the same hopeless cycle of pain, suffering, and rebirth.
  16. is a Sanskrit word whose literal meaning is 'action'. It refers to the law that every action has an equal reaction either immediately or at some point in the future. ...
  17. Karma is a score that gives a rough idea of a person's current level of work in Launchpad. See our guide to karma for more.
  18. a black substance that results from wrongdoing.
  19. 1. Sufficient access to perform an operation, such as committing changes to a version control. ("Please grant Yo Mega karma to the foo-bar.") 2. Respect and merit in the community. ...
  20. volition, volitional or intentional activity. Karma is always followed by its fruit, Vipaka. Karma and Vipaka are oftentimes referred to as the law of causality, a cardinal concern in the Teaching of the Buddha.
  21. The Sanskrit term meaning "action." It refers to a concept in which the results of one's actions accumulate over one's life. Upon death, an individual's karma-this store of the results of actions-determines whether one is reborn in a higher or lower status.
  22. A term from Hinduism and Bhuddism for the idea that what goes around comes around. This suggest fate not only within one's life but also in one's reincarnation.
  23. The law of cause and effect. Not to be confused with Kama, which is an amorous love.
  24. (n.)—a nightclub in Seaside Heights, New Jersey
  25. Literally, action. Spiritual merit or demerit that a being acquired in a previous incarnation and is acquiring in present existence.