GRATEFUL GIRL'S THOUGHT FOR THE DAY
You reap what you sow.
Don't spit in the wind.
What goes around comes around.
Hmm. There's certainly no shortage of adages when it comes to karma. #webringitonourselves
It's trite. It's unoriginal. It's maybe a little pedestrian and it's probably a lot worn.
But the notion that what you put out into the universe ultimately finds its way back to you? Well, I'll take that one to the bank every day of the week. At the end of the day, you really are going to have to pay the piper.
This I know because I read that good book. You know, THE good book. And it's pretty clear that somewhere, someday, somehow, we're all going to have to go over our own individual highlight reel and answer for how we acted here on this big round ball.
We all have bloopers every now and again. What's important is that, ever after flubbing up an entire scene, we never stop trying to get our lines right ... and that we're good to the rest of the cast and crew, Capisce?
So, don't worry if someone wronged you and seemed to get away with it. No one ever really "gets away" with anything...not really. #Heknows
Besides, it's like working title of my new TV pilot --another favorite karma-inspired saying my Uncle Tony always used to tell me-- "Don't worry about what other people say, think or do. It all comes out in the wash."
Ps 100:1b-2, 3, 4, 5 R. (2) Come with joy into the presence of the Lord. Sing joyfully to the LORD all you lands; serve the LORD with gladness; come before him with joyful song. Know that the LORD is God; he made us, his we are; his people, the flock he tends. Enter his gates with thanksgiving, his courts with praise; Give thanks to him; bless his name. For he is good: the LORD, whose kindness endures forever, and his faithfulness, to all generations. Alleluia See Lk 8:15 R. Blessed are they who have kept the word with a generous heart and yield a harvest through perseverance