How are karma and bhagwan different

Who Controls Karma?

Scientific on the topic:

1. When you plant a cactus, you cannot expect it to bear mangoes. You get the fruit of the tree you plant. Just as it depends the consequence of the karma you are suffering from depends on the type of karma that was originally bound. If you hurt someone, that person will hold grudges against you and vow to take revenge when the opportunity arises. People will take revenge, so don't create karma that makes people unhappy. If happiness is what you are looking for, then you need to give joy to others, not sorrow.

2. All misery is the result of our mistakes. Once the mistakes are gone, the misery will be over. It's the karma we created, so it's our own fault. Nobody else is to blame. The others are just 'instruments' (nimit). Would you hit the postman (instrument) if he brought you the telegram informing you of your father's death?

3. No one else can give the fruit of karma. No such person has been born yet. If you were to drink poison, you would die. Nobody is needed in between to deliver the results. If someone were needed to bring karma fruits, they would have to have a gigantic office. Everything runs scientifically. There is no need for a middle man. When the time for karma to ripen is up, it will automatically take effect. Like those mangoes that automatically ripen.

4. What do our people call karma? In general, karma for people means going to work, performing meritorious deeds, charity, and religious activities. The self-realized, however, calls it 'resulting karma' (Karmaphala) instead of karma. The gross karma that can be seen and experienced through the five senses is always resulting or discharging karma. That which was charged in the past life will be discharged in this life. It has manifested and is becoming visible. The karma that is practiced in this day and age is on a subtle level. The moment of charging is very difficult to grasp or recognize.