Karma

Karma

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This one says to me, you can benefit from seeing others mistakes and correct your own frailties, or similar . Nice one Davy

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    Thank you for your thoughts Nigel and you are right. I think sometimes when things are being taken away from us it makes us value what we have and appreciate the important stuff. As you say it makes us make more of what is left.

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Davy, I love the evocative pictures you use for your poems. Now to
the mystique in them. I know the law of Karma, the plunderer creates a bad Karma for himself/herself. The plundered is inactive in this so unless he readily agrees to being plundered or blesses the plunderer he hasn’t affected his Karma.
Goodness, this answer is long and boring.😊
miriam

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    Thank you Miriam and your comments are always a pleasure to read and make me think deeper about what I have written. I had never thought of it in this way and this has brought another level of meaning to the poetry. Sometimes we get involved in the negativity of being wronged. It is only when we rise above that that we achieve balance again.

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How curious life is; sometimes it only makes sense when we consider karma. This is an intriguing poem, Davy. It leaves me questioning. Thank you for the morning reflection.

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    Thank you for your kind words Gwen and I am pleased to have provided some thought for reflection. I agree, the consideration of Karma helps us to achieve some balance in our lives.

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Yes, we can learn from others. Using and applying those lessons is beneficial to all. Thank you for the morning wake up call, Davy.

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So insightful, Davy! Makes you stop and think. When I looked at this in a relationship perspective it made way more sense for me. The Universe let’s you see, when you are ready, that you have really been enriched by losing something that you thought was of value when it was really not or positive in your life. Not an easy lesson to learn.
Great post!

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    Thank you Chuck and I think we are on similar wavelengths with this and previous relationships. Sometimes we have to experience the paths we walk to appreciate what we find at the end. We have both walked these paths to find our true loves. Hope you and Mrs Chuck are well and love to you both.

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Your poem and photo are a perfect pairing, DavyD!

You remind me that we need to be aware, observant of life, observant of people, ready, willing to learn, willing to be patient, willing to step out, etc….life prepares us, teaches us and helps us if we are ready and willing. πŸ™‚
HUGS!!! πŸ™‚

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So few words, Davy, with so much meaning,so much to ponder. As always you ensure that one thought engenders another.

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my mind has been on war (pet subject) and I could not help by your poem along those lines (have been writing about a war museum, more on that in another post). Malaysia has also just been through our 14th General Elections with a new government for the first time in 60 years. We had been plundered by corrupt politicians and unscrupulous individuals in the past but the tables are turned on them finally, and so your poem was a like our victory mantra in a way. we have come out the richer, the strong unspoken yet evident solidarity among Malaysians of all races to build a better country and future. your short lines run very deep Mr D.

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    Thank you for your kind words and thoughts Gina and pleased the timing of the poem brought that for you. Wonderful to hear things are changing for you in Malaysia and it must be refreshing seeing that new horizon after all these years.

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I love this poem and I would like to share it on my blog as part of the tree day quote challenge as i think it will resonate with many people. I just want to make sure that you agree with this.

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