Blog Ketchup Karma Posted by Michelle Moloney King on October 19, 2011 EDIT: Due to a change in layout some blog posts have been moved. I will have the original post back here soon. ShareShareTwitterFacebookPinterestEmailPrintLinkedInRedditWhatsAppLike this:Like Loading... Related Published by Michelle Moloney King Poet. Publisher at www.BeirBuaPress.com View all posts by Michelle Moloney King
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Hilarious! Never, ever let the truth get in the way of a good story. Appreciate the karma.
Someone once told me that life is like ketchup – you shake the bottle for ages and nothing happens, then it all comes out in a big dollop!
Wata story – high drama indeed! I strongly recommend only believing in good Karma!
Hi Michelle, I left a comment on this story in Facebook and am wondering why you don't have a Facebook account. Anyway back to the story which starts off with a dismissal of Karma.
'Karma' like the word 'Hypnosis'is another idea that people in the west just don't get. People are influenced by other peoples' opinions and as a result make judgements based on wrong perception.
Most people think of a stage hypnotist seemingly controlling people on the stage and getting them to do all sorts of weird things when in fact this could not be further from the truth.
Similarly when people think of Karma they imagine a God or some controlling universal force doling out punishment every time we do something wrong. To subscribe to such a belief is to join with all those people in making up what Karma is all about and I commend you for rejecting it. Karma is much more than this and I hope that you might be encouraged to research the topic having read my comment and discover what it really is.
Thank you for another great read and as I said in my earlier comment on Facebook I miss the Irish humour. 🙂