You must have heard of karma before. According to the Bhagavad Gita and Indian philosophy, it’s the natural law of cause and effect. If you do good, you will receive good things.
Of course, we cannot always expect good things to happen. Life throws challenging events at us to support our growth and make us stronger.
Acting “well” means helping, sharing, working for the sake of love and kindness, without thinking of a personal reward.
Have you heard of Karma Yoga? In Sanskrit karma means action. More accurately, it refers to‚ selfless actions‘. Karma Yoga is the path of selflessness where one serves to all without thinking of gaining personal benefits. You must have experienced a situation where you do something nice for someone. Even though you didn’t get anything materialistic back that moment, you might have felt a great sense of joy, love or oneness.