Good karma, way to your happily ever after…

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-By Khayati Nagpal Taneja

Will, Want, Desire, Wish, Expectation…that’s what everyone in today’s world is running after, and mostly at the cost of good karmas. Right or Wrong, whatever they are doing we are no one to judge. Let that eternal power of the universe decide over it. But for the sake of self, for some inner peace save some good karmas so that you get what you wish at the end of your life.

There is no harm in willing or wishing to achieve something you desire in life, as it may become a reason for your happiness, but what is important is to reach that goal through the right means.

By being a fake person and trying to harm others for your goal might give you happiness for that moment or might fulfill all your worldly desires at that point of time but surely won’t last long. Imagine a desire that you have today for which you stepped on a lot of people and moved ahead might get you promoted to that wish in that moment but at the back of it you have collected a point in your diary of bad karmas. Vice-versa, while moving towards your aim if you stop by and help others, it will add a point to your good karmas.

Now after a period of time when the phase of that desire is gone and you want to lead a life of peace the good karmas will definitely pay you back as you retain beautiful memories, but bad karmas will somewhere deep in your heart leave you to lament for the wrongs you did.

So, all you need is to collect good karmas in your diary and enjoy life in whatever way you find happiness for a happily ever after.

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About Khayati Nagpal Taneja: An advocator of conscious living, Khayati is a certified Yoga Siromani. She has learnt yoga under the tutelage of famous yoga expert Seema Sondhi. To navigate chaos and find inner peace in this busy world, Khayati believes in balancing life through yoga and meditation. A BBA and MBA from National American University in Tourism, Khayati has also dabbled her hands in fashion designing, research and public relations.

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