Karma (Sanskrit: कर्म; IPA: [ˈkərmə]; Pali: kamma) means action, work or deed; it also refers to the spiritual principle of cause and effect where intent and actions of an individual (cause) influence the future of that individual.
(In a sentence.)
Our actions, with every principle decision we make, cause only a positive, sustainable and progressive effect towards any and all beings.
(In more detail.)
When drafting the founding principles of Bamboo we recognized the need for the travel industry to not only offer take-away-experiences, but to do so whilst leaving behind a positive legacy from each and every traveler. This ideology is as much a part of our organization as any other process. With Bamboo Karma we're able to articulate our methods and express our intentions, our accomplishments and, more importantly, your part in the process.
Our karma does not only stem from a charitable foundation, it's in the heart and soul of all we do. It's in the relationships we forge with organizations, governments and groups. It's in the eyes of a first-time explorer understanding their effect on the world. It's in the final nail in the house built by a group of our volunteers, in the first sip of water drank from a well that we installed. In the beam of light we provided through progressive and sustainable initiatives. The smiles our team have, the pride our groups feel and the love we all ooze.
Our karma is not exclusive. It's for you, for everyone and anyone willing to buy the ticket to take the ride! Our karma is your karma, is their karma.