virus: Karma & Justice

Reed Konsler (
Wed, 23 Jul 1997 10:14:52 -0400 (EDT)

>Date: Tue, 22 Jul 1997 15:36:01 -0700
>From: Ken Pantheists <>

>I suppose Karma comes into it in the following manner. If an accident
>happened to a good person then people would pity him or if he died people
>would take care of his family. If an accident happened to a bad person
>people would dance for joy and ignore or make things really difficult for
>his family.
>So your right, statistically the bad accidents don't happen more often to
>bad people, but bad accidents are made worse for bad people.


>When people are more interested in seeing you
>fail than seeing you succeed. It is bound to have an impact on your
>decision making processes. Maybe you become more insecure...
>more accident prone? Maybe?

Or if you see the world as a negative place where you can't trust anybody
maybe you never ask for help, even when you need it? Maybe you never
enter into compacts and commitments that would limit your excercise of
freedom? Maybe people can read that negative attitude in tension of the
muscles in your face...or in the way you eye them warily and cross your
arms in front of yourself to hide your "vulnerable" throat and chest?

Maybe that tension resonates with your environment. You are "en gaurd"
leading everyone you interact with to be "en gaurd" as well...and suddenly
the world is a bitter place where no one in willing to give you an even
break? Perhaps a social interpretation of the "observer effect?"


Reed Konsler