Dana lives in Seattle, and Tracie lives in Germany. We are businesswomen, writers and humorists. We write about life, dating, and today's modern women.
After a year of deep reflection, living in these times of a Pandemic, violence against minorities based on their skin color, and desperate acts of mankind from hoarding toilet paper to elective non payers refusing to pay for services when they are able, I want to discuss Karma. Although Karma is a word that roughly translates to “action,” it is commonly used as a noun. People are known to have Good Karma and Bad Karma. We often hear the phrases, “Their Karma is Coming” “Karma is a Bitch,” “Karma Kicked Their Ass,” or “If you Wait Long Enough, Karma will get You.”
Karma by definition is not a commodity which you can see, touch, exchange trade or negotiate. It is a vital asset which we as humans all individually own. It’s a simple equation, which like we learned in Sunday School preaches, “Do unto others, as you would like done to you.” With Karma, a good deed will lead to a future beneficial effect, while a bad deed will lead to a harmful effect.”
Today, I invite you to do a good deed for anyone and spread some good Karma.
For $12.99, I just purchased reusable Sanitary napkins for women in Sudan who are refugees from Tigray where the President is cleansing and 80,000 women, children and men are in need. Although, I don’t know one of these recipients of this Dignity Kit, I can’t even imagine the suffering. As I think of it, this act turned Karma into the verb it was meant to be.