Good Karma Music Stories

  • Post Title (3/29/2022) by Shan from bahia blanca

    I write daily in different forums, always trying to contribute and guide whoever needs it.

  • Post Title (3/29/2022) by Raghav, Goswami from Guwahati, India

    As i write this I feel self-conscious and boastful. Nevertheless, I would like to listen to the music so-
    I had an altercation with a dear friend recently (day before yesterday) and it was something inevitable; I believe now that it had to happen how it happened and my actions were what they were. It got into a pretty public spectacle, however we ended the night by my friend, his sister and I eating dinner (fish) together at my grandmother’s place.
    The reason why I know this is a good deed is what I did yesterday. I got up in the morning and as soon as the thought popped in my mind I sent across a text apologizing. This soon turned into the two of us taking a walk, a long one and my good deed- I listened. For the better part of 2 hours I listened to all of the insecurities, all of the fears, all of the concerns that haunt my dear one. All I did was when he said “I know that these words are meaningless and any apology is only an effrontery to how I truly feel inside.” I simply asked him if he would give me a hug. So there we are 9 AM on a Monday hugging each other in the middle of the busiest section of our locality (it’s where all the corporate offices are). The rest of the walk, I simply listened, and whenever it felt right I tried to bring a smile to his face.
    I am glad that I did whatever I did. I am glad I made a mistake. I am so glad that I am human, and that my ability to hurt others is clearly evident to me. I am gladder still that love persists regardless of how human we become, or how human we fail to be.

  • Post Title (2/27/2022) by make bodhi resolve from las Vegas u.s.a

    Last year, I lived in a tent. This year I live in a car. Although I have little to live on, I donate things I dont use at the moment. It’s become a natural response to practice generosity. I dont have things to give now since I myself am living on bare minimum. I play Buddhist music while living in my car in the bitter cold mountains along side with others whom for whatever reason has had to do same. I wish I knew how other ways to give generosity now that iam in a position where I have no physical commodity?

  • Post Title (2/27/2022) by Sien from Rawang, selangor, Malaysia

    i shared youtube videos on chanting for father, mother and children with my brother and sister-in-law so as to let them get better understanding about chanting and its benefit for others as well as for themselves

  • Post Title (2/23/2022) by 善洛 from China


  • Post Title (2/22/2022) by 贤晶 from 中国


  • Post Title (2/6/2022) by Ben Bell from Chattanooga, Tennessee USA

    recently, a nomadic Dharma sister named Clear Grace DayAnanda visited our city. i was able to offer her groceries as alms, and together we helped pass out free stuff to local homeless folks.