Understanding Karma and Destiny.

Ok, we all get that most in the MSM are pretty clueless. Thats why a lot of us come and stay at MHR for information o our team and on the NFL generally.

One of the big things I am hearing is that the Broncos better not believe in karma. The Broncos have karma coming. They are going to get their pay back by the football Gods etc etc.

So me, being a believer in karma, thought I would do a completely hollistic post with regards to our Broncos, destiny and karma.

Firstly, a definition of KARMA:

"the effects of a person's actions that determine his destiny in his next incarnation."

So lets look at whether the Broncos have any karma to worry about by looking at some of the past occurances between the Chargers and the Broncos and give a yay/ nay to each team:

  • Ed Hochuli call. This brings no bad karma to the Broncos. They were just parties involved in the call, as were the Chargers. Bad luck for the Chargers, good luck for the Broncos.....but no bad karma to either team as neither one performed the action of the call. For anyone to say that the Broncos are owed bad karma from an action that they did not perform is asinine.
  • Phillip Rivers actions at Qualcom last year. This could produce bad karma for the Chargers. 
  • AJ Smith signing Bennett so the Broncos could not acquire him. This could produce bad karma for the Chargers.
  • Jay Culter calling Phillip Rivers out. That could produce bad karma for the Broncos.
So, based on these 4 actions, it is more likely for the Chargers to be owed by karma than the Broncos.
Which leads me onto destiny!
"That to which any person or thing is destined; predetermined state; condition foreordained by the Divine or by human will; fate; lot; doom."
"The fixed order of things; invincible necessity; fate; a resistless power or agency conceived of as determining the future, whether in general or of an individual."
I have had a feeling in my gut since last year, and thru this season, that the turning point for this team would be for our young Broncos  to have to go into Qualcomm, face their demons, and come away with a win.
it is the destiny for the team, and especially, the destiny for Jay Cutler. This is the Bronco's fate....their Waterloo.......their fork in the road that will determine the destiny of this team for years to come.
I am feeling strangely clam, and it seems most members here are pretty calm, matter of fact but see hope in the hopeless (if you believe all the experts).
Have faith Bronco fans.....this is the way i was meant to be. Broncos vs. the Chargers for the AFC West Crown ( and for dominance in the years to come).
Everything has aligned for our young team to dispel their demons, grab their destiny, and continue to morph into the dominating force.
Its good vs evil, its the force vs the dark side.....Its Braveheart, its the Replacements....its Miracle on Ice.......and I have faith WE will all get it done.
Lets get behind our team. Our karma is good.
We have been tested by injuries, youth, negative thoughts and energy by all that is around us but have stood strong.
Those that are strong bear the greatest tests. We are strong, we are proud, WE ARE BRONCOS....and this is just the first chapter into the growth of this team.

This is a Fan-Created Comment on The opinion here is not necessarily shared by the editorial staff of MHR

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