Karma

In the elevator leaving the office, there were 3 other people, and this guy I don’t know turned to everyone and asked happily, “Did we all have a nice day?” and I had to smile and say “yes!” and everyone seemed cheerful.  On the drive home, traffic on Ygnacio Valley Road was heavy as usual, so I let a vehicle coming out of a parking lot in ahead of me, and the driver gave me a friendly wave.  Later at Safeway buying a few things, the lady just ahead of me in the express lane was 2nd in line with stuff on the belt, but she was waiting for her daughter to pick up something else, so she let me go ahead of her!  So now I’ll be looking for something else nice to do for somebody, just randomly. 🙂  Sometimes it’s the little things in life… Pay it forward.

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About goldenbearflyer

Robert Martz is a writer who doesn't make any money writing, so he keeps a day job in finance. He lives and works in Walnut Creek, CA. He began blogging in 2011 as a way of taking responsibility for and finding a place to put his thoughts and feelings. He loves to eat, cook, and travel. He volunteers, practices yoga, runs, bicycles, hikes, and explores nature with passion and a child-like sense of wonder. He is inspired by his amazing friends, doers and other writers. Check out another of his blogs at http://goldenbearflyer.webnode.com/.
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2 Responses to Karma

  1. MagicMoon11 says:

    “Pay it forward” is a fantastic practice and can change the world. Go you! It’s also delightful to get confirmation that the world supports us just when we need it.

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