I absolutely love this song by the Culture Club – it's a part of my childhood. It also happens to be the name of my blogpost today. Here's the link to it if you wish to hear it:
So here's the thing, I've come to one realisation in life: Karma is a bitch with an itch. What goes around almost always comes around and when it does, it bites you hard, harder than anything you've ever imagined.
So when you're out their screwing around with other people's lives like it's child's play, just be assured that it's going to come back and haunt you. This is no rant, or well maybe it is, just a tiny bit perhaps…hehe. I've seen so many people do such horrible things to other people not realising the consequences of their actions, and the funniest thing is, those same people are the ones who are completely in over their heads. They are so delusional, they think everything is about them, they're self obsessed in the most literal sense of the word.
They try to hurt you once, then they try to hurt you again, after that when they see that you are no longer beneficial to them in any way, they leave, very conveniently to only come back after some time with their same douchebaggery (pardon my French) knocking on your door like nothing happened. That's the most hilarious part of it by the way it, because that is when Karma kicks in.
Yep, that Karma chameleon is doing its mojo, I don't know what the Culture Club mean't by the Karma Chameleon in their very famous eighties song, but this is how I perceive the word and am using it. So anyway, the Karma chameleon is a champ like that okay? because you see, you just have to sit back and enjoy the show while it lasts.
Now, I'm not the least bit sadistic, don't just take my word for it, the people who know me personally know what kind of a person I am, and they respect me and admire me for it, however, I believe in fairness, and justice, so therefore, I strongly believe that when somebody decides to take interest in your life again, even after knowing what an absolute insult it is to themselves and the person that they're trying to touch bases with, you should just let that be, just the way it is and not do anything about it.
Being a forgiving, considerate and soft individual is great, but forgiveness doesn't mean that you have to forget. So when someone tries to get in touch with you out of the blue, you don't necessarily have to respond the way they want you to, in fact, you don't have to respond at all! You know why? because forgiveness doesn't always mean that you wish to keep ties with the person.
It's just about being a bigger person, letting things go and moving forward, it has nothing to do with communication, no matter what anyone says about "forgiveness is forgetting" and that you can't truly forgive someone without forgetting what they did, that is not true. You can be a bigger person by forgiving, but you have the choice of not indulging yourself in the same situation again. It differs from person to person, but this is just my take on it.