Karma, Kamma is moral action which causes future retribution, and either good or bad transmigration. It is also that moral kernel in each being which survives death for further rebirth or metempsychosis.

A friend asked me concerning Karma
What is Karma?
Karma and the ending of Karma
Karma of Body Speech and Mind
Kamma in Buddhism
The answer to life
Minimal view of Karma
A talk of Kamma
Buddhist Idea on Karma
Belief in Karma
I don’t believe
Buddhism and Kamma
Beyond God Heaven Hell and Karma
Intentional action
Kamma and fate
Buddhism and alcohol
Going beyond Karma
Buddhist Discourses
Actions produce Effects
Kamma on the social level
Buddhist Healing
Kamma is like a seed
Kamma Law
Buddhist nature of Karma
Kamma or the Law of Moral Causation
Kamma means action
Buddhist psychology
Love laughter and good karma
Buddhist theory of karma
The fundamental doctrine
Does karma influence whom we meet?
Enlightenment and karma
Ethical implications of the Buddhist theory of karma
Can we help?
Insight and Compassion
Kamma and Rebirth
Kamma as a natural law
Mind is the architect of the whole Universe
The great exposition of kamma
Kamma in Buddhism
We create our own present and future
Karmic retribution and changing our destiny
Freedom liberation and free will
Did they deserve it?
Karma and fate
What goes around comes around
Karma and rebirth
Action and rebirth
Misunderstandings of the law of karma
Moral kammas producing effects in the sensual realms
Our everyday actions
Questions on rebirth
Questions on karma
Questions for Karma
Quotes on the law of kamma
Something about karma
Karma connection
Survey of Buddhist Cosmology
The ethics of Buddhism
Fruition of karma
The law of karma
There will follow another event
We are not hopeless prisoners of our past
Law of karma in Buddhism
Practice of karma
Why is one born ugly and another beautiful?
Shorter exposition of karma
Tibetan Buddhist view of the environment

Who makes the worst bad karma?

Truth and Consequences
Wholesome and Unwholesome Karma
Understanding the law of karma
Understanding the workings of karma
What is karma?
What karma is not?