You reap what you sow...

@joygracia (1328)
Philippines
April 14, 2016 9:21am CST
Everything is like by standards have laws. What we put up on earth will eventually come back to us - Karma!. We eventually have to face the consequences of our actions. I once was very angry and kind a bit jealous of my ex's best friend because she was very flirty and she got all the attention from my ex who was her supervisor at that time. I backbite at her and talking to people who also hate her and even talked my ex's to stay out of her as she is her subordinate, telling him relationships should never flourish between them. Eventually, I resigned in the company we were all in and was away and never get to see them for quite a long time. Apparently, I met a guy whom I became really close with. In the long run, I fell in love with him as he's one of those fewer guys a girl can easily fall in love with. On the contrary, he just see me as a friend for he's had a long time girl friend. I kind of realize my state is as the same as the girl I once backbite of falling in love with her supervisor - my ex. I ended up foretelling things to my ex and asking his forgiveness of those mean things I said to them. The irony! What circumstances had cause you to regret bad things you did in the past?
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@Yar_Joey (3303)
• Philippines
19 Apr 16
Backstabbing is really a bad attitude that we must not do. I hope you learned your lesson now.
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@joygracia (1328)
• Philippines
19 Apr 16
Yes I did. The hard way.
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@josie_ (6979)
• Philippines
14 Apr 16
I don't believe in "karma" .Right and wrong is a matter of strategic planning. "You reap what you plant" is merely stating the fact that if you don't plan ahead, you fail.
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@joygracia (1328)
• Philippines
14 Apr 16
I guess so. I kinda believe in this Karma coz I've experience it myself.
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@OneOfMany (12426)
• United States
14 Apr 16
Some people can do a lot without it ever coming back to them. Others are punished before they do ill. I have known people that get away with many things and others that get away with nothing. It's all varied, and if karma exists in a firm way, then it is a broken system.
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