As I write this blog, it seems I only jump into more confusion. But for some strange reason it feels like home. A lot of us in this day and age don’t actually realise what we are doing on a day to day basis, and we often think that our normal actions do not have a way of coming back to us.
I read this post the other day about how everything we do in the universe will come reciprocate. Whether that be to us or someone else. So for every good you do, you yourself or maybe even a complete stranger on the opposite side of the world, would feel the impact of that good. And likewise for every bad action you make as well. It’s similar to karma except it’s not just revolved around you an individual, but more you as a part the universe. Strangely enough it makes sense to me. Not only that but I feel that if we begin to look at life this way we would act more responsibly for whatever we give to the world, because we are literally giving just that.
I don’t know if any of this makes sense at all, or if you believe it too. But weirdly enough this sort of system would explain the whole good people going through bad times scenario. Maybe those bad times are actually a reflection of the bad in the world. Maybe karma isn’t on an individual level, but maybe just maybe it could come back to someone else?
But would you change? Knowing that no matter, what every single action you make will make its way back. Would you change who you are today? Would we get rid of the selfish behaviour we are all consumed in nowadays? Probably not. Because truth be told the one thing that we are all great at, is being ignorant. So we shall remain in this ignorant way up until one day, we feel the bad of another.
I guess the whole point of this post was to see yourself on a smaller scale. To see yourself as part of a system or even a part of the world. And maybe just maybe, taking responsibilities for your actions and recognising that we all, at times can be complete pricks. Whether that be to the world or to people. Everyone shall taste their own medicine, and everyone will taste bitter sweet.