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Why I cannot get "Moksha"?

Karma encompasses the journey from birth to death, where every thought, word, and action sows seeds of consequence. These seeds, whether positive or negative, take root within us first before manifesting externally. Thus, our inner landscape becomes the fertile ground for the fruits and shadows of our karma.


Throughout life, we sow countless seeds through our thoughts, words, and deeds. The notion of moksha, or liberation from the cycle of life and death, seems distant when weighed against the vast array of seeds we have planted.


Yet, while true liberation may elude us, we can still mitigate the effects of our karma by tending to others with kindness, love, and generosity. In doing so, we create pockets of solace amidst the journey of life, both for ourselves and those around us.


Consider this: every interaction, every choice, shapes the garden of karma within us. By nurturing it with compassion and altruism, we not only lighten our own burdens but also sow seeds of positivity in the world.


In the journey towards moksha, we face trials and tribulations that test our very essence. It's a path filled with obstacles and hardships, where each step demands courage and resilience. Yet, amidst the struggle, there lies a profound opportunity for liberation and transcendence.

Imagine our lives as gardens, each thought, word, and action planting seeds that shape our destiny. By tending to this garden with care and purpose, we nurture the seeds of positivity and compassion, cultivating a landscape of inner peace and harmony.


In the end, it's not about the challenges we face, but how we tend to the garden of our karma with love and intentionality. It's about finding solace in the midst of chaos and discovering the eternal beauty that resides within us all.


Stay blessed

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