It's difficult not to believe in karma. Sometimes, you do something, and it impacts you directly. It's not about getting it in your next life, or being something else in another cycle, but more of receiving what you do as a repercussion of your actions.
I think society has to shoulder some blame, as to how things are and how we were being brought up. Environment is another. But, most importantly, is how we perceive the things in our life, of their importance and weightage and how much we value them.
Perhaps, doing more charity and good deeds will help us improve on our karma, and make life a little bit easier for us to go through everyday.

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