- Hinduism, Buddhism; action, seen as bringing upon oneself inevitable results, good or bad, either in this life or in a reincarnation: in Hinduism one of the means of reaching Brahman;
- the cosmic principle according to which each person is rewarded or punished in one incarnation according to that person’s deeds in the previous incarnation;
- Fate; destiny;
- The good or bad emanations felt to be generated by someone or something;
As we all know, we are not perfect as people – who is? We make mistakes, we learn lessons and we better ourselves each and every day. This is how we grow and develop as beings, nonetheless without drama, mistakes and accidents we would simply be living a life as a bubble wrapped new-born.
Now I have come across several bubble wrapped humans in my time and although I loathe getting dirty myself, I would like to thank my parents for throwing me into a sandpit and allowing me to roll around in mud just like the little piggy’s did too. I am thankfully healthy and can tolerate pretty much all that life has to offer in terms of what people are usually allergic to.
So I’m someone of zero religion – simply just Tangalicious. So the notion of karma is still very much a give or take idea and really, it’s up to you if you agree with the concept of the wise old Monk. However, an old friend of mine who has had his stories in the limelight of my blogs before has become the recipient of some good old karma.
Having admitted to being a shit of a boyfriend to his now long-gone psycho ex – I’m not one hundred percent certain of how shit a boyfriend he was, but I would render it close to being unfaithful to his bae at the time – he has since built his bridge and chose to pour his heart and soul into a new relationship only to be burned with a bucket full of karma by his now, new shit of an ex-girlfriend.
Boy, isn’t that just a glorious bucket of infidelity? But do we inevitably live in a world where monogamy is ceasing to exist?
Well, I would say monogamy does exist, but you really have to pick your person like you would a ripe grape. People interpret monogamy on different levels as well, for instance I was accused of cheating earlier this year by my partner at the time for speaking with a guy about a basketball game we were both in attendance of, which just happened to come with bonus scenes of a fist fight. Bonus scenes in a basketball game are simply just juicy gossip to discuss – how could you not? Yet, my insecure partner declared this cheating even after I willingly let him read the conversation. I guess what I’m getting at is, do you define monogamy as simply only communicating with one person in which you are in a relationship with or having a trusting bond with your partner that you can actually maintain your friendships with others?
Relationships honestly just seem too difficult and the fact that you can literally stalk someone’s social media and discover what they did and what they liked just makes for a bloody jealous being.
Stop being jealous bitches and just enjoy your relationships.
As for my pal, you received your dose of karma – it’s all up hill from here.