Bhagavadgita Pages, Chapters 1 to 18
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Karma is thought, word and deed
Bestowing reward and retribution
It follows you like a dog over many births
It is a shadow
It is sticky like glue
It is sticky like vernix caseosa
Acetone does not wash it off; neither
Water, nor alcohol, nor ether, nor any solvent
It is like fragrance
It clings until you expend it
The wearer exudes the smell, wherever he goes
Whatever he says and does
By the smell, you can say his Karma is under resolution
Karma is a seed
If there is no seed, there is no plant
Some seeds are sown, some eaten, some stored
Some roasted, some ground, some burnt
All seeds have germs
Karma is a pelting rain on the plains of Texas.