What goes around comes around
I just read someone’s post about her uncle taking so long to tell about him buying some potatoes and how she felt about it. I thought to myself what a miserable person she must be to have such a bitter and frigoriffic heart. It really unnerves me to think that there are people like this in our society; Even worse is knowing that my grandkids are part of the same society. I cannot help but feel some kind of pity toward her, why, I don’t really know. Maybe because she might’ve faced some kind of hardship as a young child. I’ve always had a special place in my heart for children that’s had a bad experience in their upbringing. I’ve never condoned anyone with this kind of attitude and I never will. I don’t know what made her this way but there’s one thing I do know; The day of reckoning will come to her door and she’ll have to pay the price, whatever the cost may be. I can’t help but think that she’ll remember her attitude towards her uncle. In every situation I try to look at it in every way so I can learn something from it. The one thing that I’ve learned from this person is to try my best to become completely opposite of what she is and to show everyone the upmost respect. Because, what goes around comes around.