Every day we make decisions, decisions that affect our lives, the lives of people around us, the whole environment, the universe.
Any such decision can be seen as an action, and we know that every action has a reaction (the laws of physics). Action for action, and that behavior leads to results, good or bad, depends.
We make personal life decisions, work and business decisions, love life decisions, etc. Some people think that different rules apply to each part of life but I think that the same rules apply, same relations, same actions and reactions, regardless of the environment.
Honesty is a simple, yet complicated concept. What does it mean that someone is honest, that s0mething is honest? How does an honest man act? Do you have to be honest?
In communication throughout the day, throughout the world, we meet with all kinds of information. This information can be true or false. Computer and mathematical logic are here perfectly clear, the claim can either be true (T) or false (F). Any information that we share or receive is a result of other information and influences future information.
What we need to ask ourselves is whether all information needs to be true, is it a problem if some of the information is untrue, what if all the information about us is untrue? I believe that it is inevitable to have false information.
Of course, there should be far less untrue than true information, but let’s face it, sometimes the false information is needed, just be careful and do not overdo it.
I believe quite a lot in karma and I think that it is the equivalent of law of conservation of energy. As I said at the beginning, each of our decisions brings some consequences, every action has a reaction, so we get karma.
Be aware that your actions and your behavior have an impact on all things and people around you so think a bit more about things that you do and how you do them.
Originally posted at https://medium.com/@bsevo/honesty-truth-karma-f612102360fb