The law of actions is called the law of karma. The law of karma comes from Hinduism and Buddhism, although there are differences in them. In simple terms, it can be said that whatever one's actions are, he himself will receive and has to face the consequences of his actions whether good or bad.
Karma or actions is usually divided into three parts. Namely, actions done by the mind, such as love and hate, actions in the form of speech such as praise, curse and actions performed by the body such as dancing, running and others. Good and bad deeds depend on intentions when doing such deeds. If the intention is not good, then the action will be bad or evil.