Karma is the natural law, yes. But there is the law of grace, and this is just as applicable as the law of karma.
Daily Application of Selected Cayce Readings
Serving at Any Time
Open self in every fiber of your being that the Lord's way may be done in and through your thoughts and your activities.
Based on Edgar Cayce reading 272-7
Phil was sitting in his office working hard on a report that was due in two days when Alicia casually walked in and began a conversation. Since there appeared to be no urgency in her voice or much importance in what she was saying, Phil continued to work while responding to her occasionally.
After about fifteen minutes something told Phil to pay a little more attention and ask some questions. He did. In a few minutes Alicia began talking about her mother's stay in the hospital and the results of some tests that had been run. Although not conclusive, it looked very serious. Alicia was scared and didn't know what to do. Phil and Alicia then talked for another hour about what her next steps might be.
Incidents such as these continue to remind Phil to be aware that each moment may be an opportunity for him to live out his ideal of service. He can't always pick the time and place to serve others. God seems to make him available to serve whenever someone is in need.
APPLICATION: Even a casual conversation may be important. When you find yourself not listening to what someone else is saying, stop and bring your attention back to that person.