Expecting karma in 3-2-1

By Miss Kes

Thursday, November 29, 2018

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It has been said that karma is real and she always comes back to bite when things are going great. What goes around comes back around, and the people below tell how they're waiting for their day to come.


I cheated on my ex several times because I simply wasn't satisfied even though he was a sweet guy and all. I felt awful whenever I had was with the other guy because of guilt, but I kept cheating. He eventually found out and left me. Several years after, I met this amazing guy – the loving was great, he was handsome and ambitious, he had it all going for him. But I recently found out that he is married and I was just a side chick. Karma is real and I understand now that I should be really careful about how I live.


Of course it is real. Every time I cheat on my woman, I lose money. I see it as a trend now so I just relax myself because the next thing is that I may lose my woman and that I cannot afford because she is a good woman.


Yes man, karma is a real thing. If you use someone, prepare to be used even if it takes 20 years – you're going to get used. I learnt that the hard way so right now I just do the right thing so blessings can flow on me and my children.


Anytime you think you're digging pit for one, karma will make sure you're digging two. I learnt that from when I used to turn tricks on men to steal their money and then when I was ready to settle down with this man I did love, he stole my money and wrecked my vehicle.


Karma is too real and I've seen it happen to not just me, but my friends too. I just calm down on the many women and just relax with one because I am tired of karma.

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