Top 10 interesting stories of real life karma

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We all want karma to be real. Not everyone believes that there is some supernatural force making sure that good are rewarded but when we see somebody selflessly give them self-up to help other, we feel like there ought to be.

It might not happen every time, but sometimes, the good people do get rewarded for their deeds. And sometimes, the payoff is so perfect that it will leave you wounding if maybe, just maybe, karma really exists.

James Harrison donated blood and

saved two million babies

When James Harrison was 14 years old, he nearly died. It took a major chest operation to save his life. The surgeons had to remove one of his lungs, allowing 2 liters (0.5 gal) of blood leave his body in the process. He only survived, Harrison understood, because people had never met had donated the blood that now filled his body and he wanted to do that for someone else.

Harrison resolved that, as soon as he was old enough, he would donate blood as often as he could. He went through with it, donating his first pint of blood on his 18th birthday.

Doctors started to realize, though, that Harrison’s blood was unusual. It had antibodies that were basically the cure for rhesus disease, a blood disorder that can cause babies to be born with crippling brain damage or even die.

They asked Harrison to donate plasma regularly and let them run tests, and he agreed. his blood became the cure. Harrison, now in his seventies, has saved the lives of more than two million babies.

He didn’t just save strangers live, though. When his own daughter, Tracy, became pregnant, she was diagnosed as being at risk for rhesus disease. Harrison’s blood donations ensured that her baby was born safely. Because he donated blood when he was 18, James Harrison was able to become a grandfather


A man was rescued by a boy his wife

had saved nine years earlier

When roger lousier was four-year-old, he wandered away from his mother during a trip to the beach in 1965. He made his way alone into the water and tried to swim, but an undercurrent pulled him down. He would have died, but a Stanger named Alice Blaise dove into the water and pulled him to shore, where she revived him and saved his life.

Nine years later, 13-year-old roger was out on the same beach when he heard a woman scream, ‘My husband is drowning’ roger didn’t realize this was a woman had met before, but he rushed into action anyway. He jumped onto an inflatable raft, paddled out to the man, and pulled him on, saving his life.

Nobody their realized the strange, cosmic coincidence that had just happened until the news reported on it the next day. It wasn’t until then that allice Blaise realized that the young man who had saved her husband’s life was the four-year-old boy whose life she’d once saved

Holocaust heroes were save

from the Bosnian genocide

When the Germans invaded Sarajevo in 1941, the kavilio family were sure their days were numbered. They needed to get out.

A Muslim friend, Mustafa herbage, invited the kavilios to hide out in his home and then helped them escape the country. With the help of the hardagas, every member of the kavilio family got out safely except for the father, Josef kavilio.

Josef got caught by the Germans and was put to work in chain gang. Again, though, he was saved by the hardagas. Mustafa’s wife zejneba snuck him food, helped him break free, and let him hide in their house once he was loose. Then they helped him get out the country and reunite with his family.

Over 50 years later, the haragas were still in Sarajevo when the Bosnian war began. It soon turned into a genocide in which 8000 Muslim’s were massacred.

The hardagas likely would have died there but Israel’s holocaust memorial, yad vashem, knew about their story. As soon as the genocide began, the organization pulled strings to get the hardagas into Israel. They returned the favor they’d given the kavilios and saved a Muslim from genocide.


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