The Twelve Laws of Karma – Dennis Miller

Dennis Miller

by Dennis Miller at Miller On The Money

Two hands holding the word karma with a cosmic background - The Twelve Laws of Karma - Miller on the Money

I’m writing this on my 83rd birthday. My life has changed since my 2019 cancer diagnosis. In a nutshell, cancer appears in my body, the doctors zap it, I’m good to go, another spot pops up and we do it again.

Each time it reappears, it’s a reminder I’m one step closer to judgment day. Without cancer, the same would be true. Just because something is inevitable, does not mean it is imminent; yet, for some it is more imminent than others. No point in complaining, time waits for no one, so I’ve learned to enjoy the ride as best I can.

A side effect of my treatment is fatigue; naps are my friend. While there are many clever sayings about not to fret about the past, I daydream a lot, reflecting back on my life. Would I like to have some do-overs? Sure, but there is no guarantee correcting a past mistake would have made things different; learn from them and move on.

In the middle of a daydream, my wife Jo sent along a cool video, “The Twelve Laws of Karma”.

The first time I heard the word karma, I thought someone mispronounced the syrup I like to pour over a big bowl of ice cream.

What is Karma?

WebMD explains:

“Karma is a concept with a few definitions, specifically in Hinduism and Buddhism….

Hinduism identifies karma as the relationship between a person’s mental or physical action and the consequences following that action. It also signifies the consequences of all the actions of a person in their current and previous lives and the chain of cause and effect in morality.

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