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The Drowning Pool

I pulled this out of my Relax Deck this morning:

Goodness and Karma

Imagine that all your actions and comments are like drops of water falling into a pond. The ripples they make represent the signals that you send out to the people around you; as the waves hit the bank they turn and come back toward you. In this way, by sending out goodness, we can expect goodness to come back to us; this is the law of karma.

That's all well and good, but I still feel the urge to hold a few people below the surface of that rippling pond for about ten minutes.

I don't suppose that would be good karma.

But it might qualify for baptism ... and that's a good thing, right?