I talk about the above title a lot in my everyday life. I am a firm believer in karma, for good and bad reasons. I know there are other factors when it comes to the makings or outcomes of certain scenarios, but I feel karma is a big factor. If not the biggest. I want to talk about karma points because I feel it is most often the case that the persons with the most points have little to none of anything else. Take for example, both of my aunts. One is always sending money to her family south of the border, yet she barely makes enough to get by here. She will lend you money even if she needs it for the rent. I have never met anyone so selfless. I know one day, she is going to get her karma points cashed in for something wonderful, as she rightly deserves. My other aunt just had her third child, and works at a chocolate factory on random night shifts. She is a very good natured person, but with three kids and a not so stable job, you would think she would be holding on to every dollar to support herself and her family. Wrong, sort of. Although she does put her family before anything else, she also does not let her financial situation stop her from holding a belated Mother’s Day dinner at her house, complete with unexpected goody bags for all the mothers in attendance. People who can barely assure themselves of rent are going out of their way to help others or treat others before themselves.
Genuine nice folk like my aunts gmh.