Karma is the Hindu, Buddhist, Sikh, and Jainist belief that either through a deity or the laws of nature, good acts bring blessings and harmful acts bring curses. It's a comforting, just thought that our choices control our destiny. Whether in this life or the ones previous, our actions have direct repercussions. No good fortune is capricious, and no tragedy is undeserved. The exact nature of karma differs depending on religion, but inherent in every idea of karma is the process of reincarnation wherein acts from a previous life can determine the situation of the next. But there is a serious difference between the cause and effect of actions in Christianity versus karma. The Bible teaches that all deserve death (Romans 6:23). Every single sin we commit warrants death, and no amount of good works can make up for it. It is not our actions that lead to salvation, it is Jesus'....No one can be so good as to deserve eternal life in God's presence, so He sent His Son to take our sin and give us righteousness (2 Corinthians 5:21).http://www.compellingtruth.org/Bible-karma.html
karma is the energy all things have as related in an aura. as sentient beings we can control our karma. good karma is a bright colorful aura seen in photography. bad Karma is a dark hue lacking many colours greens blues. if you produce emit bad energy(doing bad things) your karma can and does affect things and people around you. As does good karma and a bright colorful aura. that energy remains. everything you do comes back in time.