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Exploring the Types of Karma:

Karma can be classified into two types: good and bad. Acts of goodness constitute our good karma, while acts that are detrimental are labeled as bad karma. The intriguing aspect is that every action, whether good or bad, eventually finds its way back to us. If we engage in negative behavior, we will face the consequences in our present life. Similarly, positive actions are rewarded by the divine.

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