50 bucks! WOW! Cha-CHING!mariposa420 said:I found two $20 bills and two $5 bills under my car tire this morning. It was parked overnight at the train station and no other cars were really around. Funny thing is, it was the tire I blew out on road debris last week that my dad paid some ridiculous amount to fix (I had the money to pay the invoice, he did it to be kind).
It's said when you give it comes back tenfold. Maybe this had something to do with the $5 I gave the homeless guitar player in my original post.
So I walk upto him and tell him he had forgot his book. He tells me he left it there for someone else to find. He had finished with it.
thats actually illegal to do in various states here in the US. silly, huh?PsychoKitten said:I put coins in the meter of the car next to me this morning because their meter was expired. I always do this because I figure karma will come round one day.
I feel that what goes around definitely comes around (not just action, also thoughts). Maybe not straightaway, and not always so that we notice... I also think that doing acts of kindness simply to make Good come our way too is not like Giving Freely.goldenbrown said:
Let it be known, though, that I do these things because I want to do them, not because I expect anything in return, ... I am working on caring less and less about those I don't know, however. They have hurt me so many more times than they have helped me, so at this point, it is in my best interest to keep away. ... As for the happiness of others bringing happiness to me... I have never experienced this phenonmenon. I have done many things that should make other people happy, yet it always leaves me not only unfulfilled, but feeling robbed and taken advantage of.
That's enough for today...