Newton's Law of Motion says: "For every action there is an equal but opposite reaction". When you push against a wall, the wall is exerting the same amount of force against you. This is a universal law; it can be applied in all situations. Therefore, it can also be applied in our lives. We can call it the Law of Karma. If you put your hand on a flame, your hand will burn. If you step on a needle, it will puncture your skin and if you blow on warm food, it will gradually cool down. These are just very simple examples depicting Karma (cause) and its results (effect).Karma technically means action: to do. However, it applies to all actions we commit and even beyond that – it applies to our intentions. Every thought, every word and every deed has an effect upon us. The effect can be immediate, it can occur after some period of time or it can even occur in a future lifetime. It is said that – what we run from, we shall run into; and all that we reap, we must sow. Our present life is the result of how we have lived in the past. A life of pain and anguish today is the result of having lived a life controlled by our desires. A life of merit and benefits is a result of having lived a life with a control over desires.