Whatever you do, will come back to you
With nearly 1.9 million members and eight-and-a-half years of getting their show on the road, the “Instant Karma” community is one of the leviathans of Reddit. However, don’t think that they’re just about seeing only unethical people get punished.
According to Bored Panda:
“They also urge their members to post examples of folks getting rewarded for good behaviour as well. Examples of delayed karma or scripted events are, obviously, not permitted on this subreddit. The name of the community is pretty self-explanatory. What’s more, r/instantkarma’s moderators have pointed out that they have no tolerance for calls to violence.”
Just because somebody deserves to be punished, doesn’t mean that redditors should pour hatred and vile language online. Of course, discussions are encouraged, but they have to be civil. Exactly like people ought to be in real life.
Have a look at how karma dealt with these people:
A marine and hand-to-hand combat instructor
That’s a good boy!
My parking space
A dog’s life
That’s my bicycle, thank you!
Lions vs Poachers
Move your legs!
A Giant Snowman
A brick bouncing back
That’s a lot of sanitiser
Blocking an electric charging station
More about karma
Karma (car-ma) is a word meaning the result of a person’s actions as well as the actions themselves. It is a term about the cycle of cause and effect.
According to the theory of “karma”, what happens to a person, happens because they caused it with their actions. Many karma examples, both good and bad, can be seen in everyday life — as we’ve seen above!