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Tuesday, November 7, 2017

what goes around comes around

We’ll all heard of karma. Some believe it to be true, some don’t. I, however, have always believed in the power of karma. I truly believe that what you put out into the world is what comes back to you—good or bad. 

There are a few people I know that always seem to have bad luck. These are also the same people I know that cut people off in traffic, don’t return their cart at the grocery store, and “get away” with little white lies. Coincidence? I think not. 

Now don’t get me wrong, I would never wish bad or harm over anyone…but I truly believe that God (or whoever, whatever you believe in) is always watching. By no means can anyone live a perfect life, but I do try to be the best human that I possibly can be because I do believe that what you put out into the universe is what comes back to you. 

Let me share a quick story with you on how I know this to be true.

This past summer, I was having a really poor, terrible, no good week. I woke up in a bad mood, I went to bed in a bad mood. It was a Thursday morning, when I was running late for a hair appointment. Not only was I late, but I was in a bad mood, b*tch face on, no happy thoughts (basically being a real sour patch kid). On the way to my appointment a rock flew up off the road and nailed my windshield. It spider webbed a crack throughout my windshield. I was literally like OMFG. I kid you not, in that moment, I called my mom and told her that I KNEW I had totally attracted that to myself. I was putting out such terrible energy into the world that I truly believe it was the universe’s way of sending it back to say, “Get it together, Laura!” *Crack* You can be assured that I quickly learned my lesson. 

Sometimes days, weeks, or months can go by and you don’t notice much change in your life. Then one day you notice that you get a table at a restaurant before there’s a 40 minute wait, or you're the first person in line at the bank, or maybe you get the job position you were hoping for, find a lucky penny, or there’s only 1 pair of shoes you want left…in your size. Some people believe in coincidences, but I believe circumstances like these are the world’s way of giving back. Consider it a blessing, a green light, a pat on the back, a thank you… for being a decent, good human being. Doing the right thing is such a simple act, yet something that is so overlooked. 

To all my believers out there, keep doing your thang. Kindness, integrity, humility and generosity are an attribute of the strong, the brave and the people I admire most. 

Do good things and good things will come your way.

Keep on keepin on’ 
and spreading the good vibes.
XX, Laura 

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