Karma only bites a guilty conscious. -me
Second of all, karma ain’t real. -also me
Sure, your actions will determine your destiny; if you stay up too late, you’ll most likely be tired if you have to wake early. But karma by the sole definition that you will get what you put out is… cute.
I’ll use Donald Trump as an example; he was a shitty person before he became president. Now look at him. If karma were real, wouldn’t he and “people” like him be nonexistent? Some of the 1% have gotten where they are by despicable means, yet their families for generations to come will be worry-free financially. (AND I understand that money isn’t everything, but having a little makes things a lot easier.) Wouldn’t child abusers and rapists be left for dead in the woods after being sodomized by rusty garden tools? I mean with clear evidence, why are they even getting court trials while people are locked up for a decade for peddling a little weed? Or does karma just hit decent people who pay their bills on time?
I think you get what you put out, yes. But you also get what you go after. And sometimes you don’t. Does that mean you have good karma? Bad karma? Maybe karma is just a sometimesy B. Or, quite possibly, that something is just not yours to have?