Kindness

Buddhism teaches that an intentional kind act builds good karma.  Good deeds return to us.  However, either the intent or the result alone is also good karma, just less.   How do people accidently do kind things?  A common example is if money falls out a pocket and someone in need finds it.  It’s still a good result.  I’ve had that sort of thing happen lately.  I can be (miserly) and cranky, or I can see it as an accidental kindness.  I choose to see it as the later.

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