Karma

When people look at teenagers,all they see are self centered, unsympathetic young adults who only care about how many text messages we have on our cell phones. Karma is a powerful force. It can be your best friend or your greatest enemy, it all depends on how you choose to look at it. I strongly believe in karma. Have you ever had someone hurt you but just told yourself, karma will get the best of them; somehow in the laws of karma it did eventually. Karma works two ways, do something nice, get a good feeling in return. It is mostly though about getting what one deserves, whether it be bad or good.

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