• go for a morning run with good friends
  • make sure all your friends get home safely from holiday parties
  • have "real" conversations with family and friends
  • let friends surprise you
  • show an interest in your child's friends
  • spend today bringing happiness to your friends and family
  • encourage your mate to take time out with friends
  • don't take your friends for granted
  • always patch things up with friends
  • make banana splits for your child and your child's friends
  • don't call your friends to recount every day's mundane minutiae
  • be loyal to your friends
  • have a home where friends can easily congregate
  • make friends with animals you meet on your walks
  • find good friends
  • compliment your mate in front of your children, parents, and friends
  • solicit feedback from friends, relations, and colleagues
  • help old friends grow old
  • send travel postcards to friends
  • don't criticize family or friends
  • try to make friends everywhere you go
  • let friends help
  • create and maintain a personal support system of friends
  • be friends with good-natured people
  • give a small dinner party to celebrate friends
  • invite friends over on a regular basis
  • call your friends, even if it's not your "turn"
  • clear your life of flaky friends
  • share holidays with your best friends
  • go caroling with friends
  • invite friends to share a celebration
  • help your child produce a "Me" book with photos, friends, hobbies, etc.
  • get to know your children's friends
  • invite friends to sample a new recipe
  • welcome friends who drop in
  • like all of your mate's friends
  • select an inspirational book to always have on hand to give to friends
  • enrich your time with friends by being attentive, open, loving
  • have friends who work as hard as you do
  • make sure your friends know you accept them as they are
  • visit friends when they are in the hospital
  • meet your friends after work
  • seek out friends or professional help when you feel unable to cope
  • when friends offer to help, let them
  • paint recipe cards with watercolors as gifts for friends
  • on a rainy evening, write long letters or e-mails to old friends
  • have a home that your children's friends love to visit
  • get involved with people outside your usual circle of friends
  • invest free time in your partner, children, friends
  • cultivate a diverse group of friends
  • have fun with friends or family at least once a week
  • n give thanks for your friends
  • stay in contact with family and friends
  • make friends with an elderly neighbor
  • make friends with the police
  • send an engagement card to newly affianced friends
  • be friends with your sister or brother
  • don't be critical of your loved ones' friends
  • give yourself time with friends, doing what you want to do
  • have faith - in yourself, your family, your friends, the world
  • take Christmas cookies to friends
  • cherish your friends

Instant Karma is a universe of things a reader can do, right now, to cultivate good karma. And, like pennies going into a piggy bank, each is a seemingly little thing - but feed the bank day after day and feel it grow richer and happier.