"Karma will get him."
I'm sure you've heard that before. I know I have. Even have a meme for it.
If you watch the news, hang out on Facebook or simply go to the store then you've seen bad behavior (maybe you're even the one behaving badly). You know what I mean a young kid yelling at an old lady, the woman on the phone in line who can't be bothered to answer the checkout person's question, or even the wild kid who keeps knocking things down and screaming and there doesn't seem to be a parent anywhere.
It's frustrating, and I know I've mumbled in my head Karma, Karma, Karma. But does it actually exist? Sometimes it seems like it and other times not so much (I'm pointing to Jared from Subway as my example-if you haven't read that story don't unless you have a strong stomach).
Which is why I decided to write a book about karma. More specifically a character who is responsible for making sure people get their karmic payback. It was the most cathartic book to write ever. I will tell you now all the scenes in that book are based on real situations that I was witness too. People who I don't feel ever got their karmic payback. So I made sure they did in my book (don't judge).
So I ask you? Do you believe in karma?