Friday, April 13, 2007

Take back the web for GOOD.

Karma is the concept of "action" or "deed" in Dharmic religions, understood as a term to denote the entire cycle of cause and effect as described in the philosophies of Hinduism and Buddhism.

This place exists, if only in the minds and hearts of good people like you, me, and most everyone else. In this place was born the concept of the Karma Exchange. An exchange where the only commodity is good action and where the sole currency is good intention.

The Karma Exchange is fueled by Karma Tokens created by the good actions of those who initially send them. Each Karma Token is sent from user to user carrying with it the fingerprint of each user who has touched or been touched by the goodness of each transaction. As the Karma Token travels through the exchange touching and being touched by users, its impact on the exchange grows. Think of it... a Karma Token started by you, that is subsequently sent to hundreds or even thousands of other users in the exchange, and with no other intention than to propogate your singular act of good will

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