What Goes Around Comes Around

Ami Angelowicz | December 28, 2012 - 10:20 am

Whether you believe in the principle of karma or not, it never hurts to try to be a more magnanimous person. This soapstone karma counter, a millenary method developed in Tibet to remind you to think about the consequences of your actions, helps you see how your quest for goodness stacks up each day. For every good deed you place a light pebble in the center, for not-so-great deeds, a dark one. The next day, you can try to out-good yourself. It’s believed that as your good pebble ratio grows, so will the rewards that come back to you. [$59.95 Novica via Outblush]