I don’t believe in karma, but I often enjoy schadenfreude.
Sure. First, Karma as I understand it means you reap what you sow. I'm not real sophisticated so if there's a deeper more thorough explanation, I haven't grasped it.Care to share some of those reasons? You're among (internet) friends.
Wel, this is anecdotal, but, as I get older, I notice a lot of folks - perfect strangers - being very nice to me and helping me out when I need it, just like I used to help older people when I was young.Karma, the world is round, what goes around comes around... ya I think there’s some truth to it.
https://www.thoughtco.com/short-history-of-violent-buddhism-195794 Just an FYI. Buddhism has many interesting ideas and most Buddhists are peaceful. However they are flawed humans just like everyone else and some who claim that they are Buddhists do commit violence. PeaceKarma is Buddhism's answer to heaven and hell.
Your good or bad rebirth is determined by your good or bad intentional life actions.
Mindfulness, intentionally act (by word and deed) to do good and you will have a good rebirth. Intentionally act to do bad and...
Buddhism's principles are pretty amazing if you dig into it. Buddhists don't commit violent acts in the name of their religion. Not many religions can claim that.