Do you believe in karma? Then you most likely believe that one day all the good karma you are generating will lift you higher up to join the others who have what they deserve. This, of course, is not always true. This tendency is called The Just-World Fallacy

Do you believe in karma? Then you most likely believe that one day all the good karma you are generating will lift you higher up to join the others who have what they deserve. This, of course, is not always true. This tendency is called The Just-World Fallacy

  • If you are anything like me, pretty sure you’ve grown up believing that hard work always pays.
  • Do you believe in karma? Then you most likely believe that one day all the good karma you are generating will lift you higher up in the social hierarchy to join the others who have what they deserve.
  • You might subconsciously also believe that what goes around comes around, and those who do bad would have to pay their dues.
  • In psychology, the tendency to believe that this is how the real world works is called The Just-World Fallacy.
  • Our tendency to believe in a just world is a coping mechanism to deal with horrible distress and misfortune.
  • Theists from all religions usually believe in some kind of higher power or divine providence.
  • I’m only being tested, and everything will be OK eventually if I believe in the plan, and stay true to it.