Kalimba music tends, like the concept of Karma, to be cyclic. With Karma, what goes around, comes around, basically. Our job is to improve on what we put into the world, and what we get back will similarly improve. We can study and practice this our whole lives, and hopefully get better and better in all ways. When we are learning to play some new musical piece, our playing is plagued with stumbles and errors. And since kalimba music is generally cyclic, we will have repeating opportunities to improve on what we are studying. We go around and around the cycle, working to learn how each part goes. The work and effort we put into it will eventually result in a smooth familiarity with the music, with our hands and minds working together flawlessly. During the process, we may think we have it, but, like learning to ride a bicycle, we may make some mistakes on the way to having balance and flow.