Hi Karma, I hope this message finds you well. I just have one question for you: Why so harsh, Karma? I mean, I definitely didn’t deserve this.
So, if you haven’t seen my last article, you need to understand why karma is such a cruel mistress…
I LOST MY INTERNET CONNECTION
The day after I made an article saying that having no internet is better than having slow internet, I woke up to a lost connection. And guess what… IT’S STILL DOWN.
Now maybe I deserved it. Maybe I shouldn’t have said it was impossible to change my mind on my argument. (I still stand by my argument, by the way). But this has just become a cruel and unusual experiment in punishment. I mean, seriously…. Cut me some slack, I made some good points to validate my argument.
I’ve burned through all the data on my phone. Caught up on all the content I had available offline. And now I’m just bored. So, so bored! And my boredom has given me a lot of time to think about actions and consequences.
In most cases, your actions will have a consequence that is appropriate. Some consequences can be good: Smiling at a stranger could cause them to smile back. And some could be bad: Throwing a punch will generally end with you getting punched back…. Unless you hit like Mike Tyson….
I guess what I’m trying to say is that, in a way and to a certain extent, we are all responsible for what happens to us. Put out good in the world, and you’ll generally see that good returned. Of course, there are outliers. Sometimes bad things just happen. And sometimes good things just happen. But in the long run, we control our own fate. So make sure part of yours is making things better. For you and those around you.
*Philosophical rant over.