Gong 16 karma

Gong 16 karma - Alex Rios, 19 Student, Colombia Languages:...

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Alex Rios, 19 Student, Colombia Languages: Spanish, English Portland, OR 4/14/08 Saying / Philosophy “What goes around comes around.” This simple saying references the philosophy that one’s events in life are partially influenced by one’s previous actions; more specifically, this conveys the belief that the actions done in one’s earlier life will come back later in life. When I asked my friend Alex for a saying she had learned, she instantly mentioned this phrase. She said she had heard it numerous times from her mother, father, relatives, and even friends. She explained that this concept, that the prior actions of an individual have a direct effect on the future events of the individual, was a primary source of influence on her decision making process. The idea was, if she did foolish things earlier in life, they would inevitably catch up with her. In a similar way, if she mistreated somebody, she could count on the same harshness later on in life. On the other hand, if she acted with benevolent good will towards everybody, in the long run she would be met with friendliness and kind deeds. This principle,
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