You don't have to bear karma for a few words later; it's not worth it.
Things don't say yes; things say no
One lie is the fault of the situation; often, the lie is your fault. Once you keep lying to yourself, you can't fix it for a lifetime. Some people tell lies every time they open their mouths, lie without blinking, lie as a matter of fact, lie to the point of being obedient, without thinking, even if they do not feel that they are lying.
There are many types of lies: Lying for fun, lying for deceit, lying to show off, lying out of fear, and lying for illicit gain... Maybe the liar himself thinks it's a lie. Innocent words do not harm anyone, but lying is against nature. Usually, what is wrong with nature also suffers some scandal, affecting one's honor and reputation.
Depending on the purpose of lying, creating different heavy and light karma. However, there are cases where lying to save or protect other people's lives should not be considered "oral karma."
People who speak evil often intend to be kind with an unkind heart. Hurting other people's self-esteem, cursing others, and damaging other people's honor is painting from the mouth; saying harmful words harms yourself and brings trouble to yourself.
If the mind is evil, it will speak evil and then do evil. If their body, speech, and mind are evil, the day of going to hell is not far away. The Buddhist concept of karma is the act of creating, many times intentionally, of body, mouth, and mind, the cause leads to retribution, and both "karma" and "retribution" form the "law of cause and effect." Never-ending completion brings people to reincarnation throughout the six realms.
Saying hurtful words, whether to defend yourself or attack, to damage the honor and character of others also means that you have accumulated more karma for yourself. There is no shortage of people who "speak karma" for happiness, using all harsh words to insult others and ignoring the consequences they suffer. Respect others and respect yourself; remember that you say bad words. First, it also shows a lack of quality, morality, and civility in speech and communication, leading to low prestige. Self-trust.
A person who often uses negative words or attacks others is an evil person to Buddhism. Hurting other people's self-esteem, cursing others, and damaging other people's honor is painting from the mouth, and saying harmful words harms yourself and brings trouble.
Therefore, Buddha taught respecting others is respecting yourself. When uttering vulgar words towards others, it is also a time when one is degraded, but speaking slang is also harmful; it is very undesirable.
From childhood to adulthood, we always live in an environment judged and judged by others. Children who attend school are judged by their grades, and adults who go to work are judged by their ability, salary, and status.
Invisible, these things will give rise to a mentality of comparison and envy in our hearts, which will gradually accumulate into the habit of greed, competition, and evil that we do not know. To avoid this, it is best to be interested in observing, learning, and drawing experiences for yourself instead of meddling in meaningless comments.