Karma’s a B*tch, Right?

While reading this article, I realised how much it felt like something I would write. It describes everything exactly as how I felt and experienced recently. Complete with the person who bothered me a lot getting back their share of misery, it’s my story. The only difference being, unfortunately I didn’t write it ๐Ÿ˜ฆ Makes for a great read, atleast it did for me as I could totally relate to it.

P.S. I’m a bad person ๐Ÿ˜›

Suzie Speaks

ImageSomething that wasnโ€™t particularly nice happened to someone I know at the end of last week. They didnโ€™t come to any physical harm โ€“ they werenโ€™t hurt in any way โ€“ but their life has now been turned upside down because of this event. And you know what? I was secretly really pleased.

I am a bad person.

At one point in my life I really needed their support โ€“ I was experiencing an extremely traumatic time and this person had the ability to stop it. They didnโ€™t. To make matters even worse, they added fuel to the fire and took great delight in doing so. Consequently, when I heard about what had happened, my insides did a little happy dance and my first thought was โ€˜Karmaโ€™s a b*tch.โ€™

I am a really bad person.

The concept of Karma originated in ancient India and features in Hindu, Jain, Buddhist andโ€ฆ

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