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Khaki Karma

· Do good deeds ·

January 8, 2018 2 Comments

Karma is way more complex than I thought. Too complex for me to worry too much about it. Instead, I just resolve to do as little harm as possible and good whenever I have the opportunity.

I’ve resumed my nightly habit of reading buddhist texts. Last night, I began the essay, Karma and Its Fruit, by Nyanaponika Thera (from Entering the Stream). As I do not believe in reincarnation, I take the karma doctrine as secularly as possible. I do not worry about my karmic debt from a past life or the potential for enlightenment in the next. Instead, I consider how my actions will influence another person, in this life, and how we might set up a chain of good deeds.

Today, I began a volunteer project that I believe will help others (details to come), and wore khaki to do so.

Blazer, J Crew (consignment). Sweater, Monterey Bay (thrifted). Skirt, Ann Taylor (thrifted). Tights, Me Moi. Boots, Audrey Brooke (consignment). Scarf, Olia Moda.

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    January 11, 2018

    Karma is such a fascinating concept, isn’t it? I think it’s kind of astounding how western culture has taken something so complex and reduced to a simple “what goes around, comes around.”

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      Kasmira Kit

      January 12, 2018

      It is surprisingly complicated!

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