Wayne Dyer once wrote that whatever anyone does to you is their karma.....How you react to what it is they have said or done is your own karma. I have thought about that statement often these past few months. I have to agree with him on that. I know there are times in all of our lives when someone will do or say something to you that immediately strikes your emotions in a very hurtful way. When I was younger my first reaction to an event like that was to immediately try to strike back. Either to defend my beliefs or to "get even". Thankfully over the years I have learned to instead try to remember that my reaction will determine my own karma. I try my best to not react at all but if I do I try to do it in a kind loving, and positive manner. Now I admit that I am not always able to do things that way but when I do react with anger to anyone I then get upset with myself for not being able to "live" my belief. I am getting better at it and one day I hope to get to the point where I can just experience a negative attack on myself by not reacting at all. This human ego self I try to keep under control but man, it sure is hard to do at times. I might suggest that you take a close look at yourself and see how you are reacting when someone hurts you in some way. I truly believe that if we learn to quit trying to react in anger we will then not have to face some negative karma in the future. We can't change anyone but ourselves. But we can make our lives easier if we learn to live from unconditional love for everyone. And that includes the ones who have hurt us the most. I hope all of you folks will have a most blessed new week just begun. Give love, accept love, be love. It really is as simple as that. At least in my personal opinion. Bless you all!