In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Karma Chameleon.”
i’d like to hope that i’d naturally act fairly to everyone, not because karma were to exist and i’d like a slice of it. i’ve always wanted to “do the right thing” just because it is the right thing to do, not because i would like a break in the future. recently, i’ve become more cynical in terms of the reasons behind my actions, though. but i think, if karma were to be proven past a spiritual level, that my biggest change would be in what i say about the people i know. i’d defend the people i think deserve defending, based not on their social level or class but how good of a person they are. at this point i feel that i would never survive like that. i’m not a strong enough person to stand out so much, and the thought of putting myself out there more than i already am is daunting.
You can tell more about a person by what he says about others than you can by what others say about him
*i’m not the most religious person. i hardly go to church that often, but i love how the title sounds. in fact, i feel that most of the christians i know are hypocrites, but that’s for another post.