In this article, I'll talk about 2 of my personal favorite ways to get good karma.
First, anytime I feel like I need to get a little good karma, I log in here on infobarrel and write an article for charity. This has 2 benefits. First, all profits from your article will go to an important cause. Second, you will be ideally helping your readers with helpful information too. See how it's a win win? Plus, even though all the profits of your article will go to a charity, you'll still be earning achievement points for your work and increase your odds of winning an amazon gift card for the month with the monthly contests. If you're not yet a member of infobarrel, you can find some sign up information in my signature box on this page.
The second thing I really like to do and have spent hours and hours on is a site called gamesthatgive.net. On that site, there are many different games you can play and every minute you play, more money is raised for charity. It's a great way to give back and have fun at the same time. Again, the site is www.gamesthatgive.net. My favorite game on there is Crazy Taxi. I swear it's so addictive. Don't be surprised if you end up spending a lot of time on there at first... That's what happened to me.
Now, you may be wondering why you should care about getting good karma in the first place? Well, according to the Dali Lama, a wise man realizes that all the good in his life is due to the good things he has done in his past and all the bad in his life are due to the bad things he's done in his past too. Now, you may or may not really believe in this. Maybe you're a Christian. In that case, don't you believe that you reap what you sow? You see many of the world's biggest traditions have this idea that when you do good, good things happen to you and vica versa. Ok, what if you're an atheist or agnostic? Well, I've got news for you buddy. Don't assume this does not apply to you too. We're all hardwired from birth to believe that when we do something good good things happen to us and when we do something bad bad things happen to us. I even learned in a video that some people end up self-sabotaging themselves when they do something bad and aren't punished for it. In a sense, they feel like they deserve to be punished so they end up unconsciously punishing themselves. Food for thought, right? Think about it. Our society rewards good behavior and punishes bad behavior, right? It's been hardwired into your head since you were a kid, right? Well, that's my point. This whole idea of it being hardwired into our heads is something I got from an entrepreneur in the MLM industry. I can't seem to remember his name right now but he's one of the best in his industry.
I hope this article has helped you in some way.
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