In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge:“Early Bird.”
I am a bit fatalistic, to tell you the truth. I believe my destiny is set, and all I get to do is choose a direction at crossroads that are laid on the path. What will happen after I take that turn is set in stone.
I am not sure about karma. I don’t think I believe doing some good deeds now will result in future happiness. But, if it is true, will I change my behavior? That is like seeing a police car at the side of the road when I am driving. I might slow down or check how fast I am going, but I don’t think I change how I drive. When someone does something to me – be mean, rude or unfair, the saying of “what goes around comes around” might help me feel better, assuring that justice will be done. But, I don’t particularly wish anyone to be punished or have a hard time. I never know the whole story of other people, and there probably is more behind what I see.
As a fatalist, I believe I should just keep living honestly. I will make many mistakes no matter what anyway.
Here is to another day of making mistakes…
In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Karma Chameleon.”
“This just in: let’s pretend that science has proven that karma is a thing. Your words and actions will influence what happens to you in the future. How (if at all) will you change your ways?”