You don’t understand, I really like pizza.
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This is rather unusual: I’m not done with OFF yet, and I’ve already done two pieces of serious fanart.
my scanner is working, so I’ll take 6 small requests ok?
I want to hug this book forever.
I was trying to take a picture, but mituna appeared
I don’t think most people know how triggering yelling can be. It happens in their home, on the streets, at school, at work. Yelling has become standard behaviour, rather than something hurtful that you should avoid.
If you yell at me, there’s quite the chance that I’ll yell back, cry, or be so baffled that I can’t reply, and THEN crying when I find myself alone.
To me, more triggering than yelling is sensing someone is angry at me for whatever reason. It makes me want to crawl into a little hole and die, never resurface, or hurting myself because I should’ve known better before making the mistake (or misunderstanding) that got the person angry.
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Anywho, today’s analytical mode has brought me to a thought process, since this morning.
I think the whole concept of Karma is really unfair. According to Karma, you recieve back the good and bad that you give, and, if you meddle in someone else’s Karma, you’ll be unlucky.
To the first point, it’s important to say that violence and negativity are a cycle. One recieves negativity, thus passing it out to others nearby. One does something wrong because something wrong happened to them. It’s a chain of actions and consequences that might fall on another person. By karma, this person would receive bad things for all the bad things they do.
That doesn’t break the cycle, it’s enhances it. It makes it so that bad things keep happening.
You don’t break negativity with punishment, you break it with insight.
If you want to break the cycle of hatred, you need to apply love - which brings us to the second point: if you’re good to someone who’s done bad, you’re meddling with their karma, thus receiving bad luck.
So good people are rewarded with misfortune. This makes no sense to me.
The whole purpose of it should be to lead the world to a better place, it doesn’t. It just keeps it unbalanced. Some people do so little good, so others have to do a lot more.
Of course a small action has a lot of consequence. Negativity spreads fast, but positivity can spread deeper, even if it’s slower. If you’re kind to someone who’s unkind, not only you’re doing what you’re supposed to do, you’re setting a positive example. And that is the kind of thing that brings aforementioned insight.
Be kind to everyone you find, it reasonates a lot deeper. And if it brings you misfortune? Well, the important is that you did the right thing, the rest is secondary.
Well, I guess I’d rather just keep not believing in karma.
I’ve been wearing amethyst today and it’s really been helping clear my thoughts, it’s nice not to have my head shouting at me non-stop. I don’t even need music all the time to make it stop.
It’s kind of bittersweet that that usually leaves me in what I tend to call “analytical mode” in which I’m very foccused in trying to be clear on what I’m saying, in rational terms, but it’s bitter because that usually makes me sound really cold and has lead me to all sorts of tight spots in conversations or debates.
I think this whole post confirms that.