What goes around comes around… Karma as they put it. Do you believe in this? Well, if you ask me, I do! And this is why,
I know of a person who refused to send back the money that was accidentally credited in his Mpesa account. Apparently, the money was meant for settling a hospital bill, but because the sender was in a hurry he dialed a wrong number and the money was delivered to unintended person.
Barely a month, the person was involved in an accident and was admitted in hospital. The person who was sent to withdraw the money from the bank transferred every single penny to another bank account and went missing. Later, his family conducted a fund-raising from well wishers to settle the bills.
Yep! I believe karma did it…,
In another story, there was a man who barred physically disabled persons from attending his wedding. Maybe he was looking fro perfection of everything or maybe he was just a naughty guy who did not want to get associated with disabled people.
Just a year after, his first child was born with disability. The baby was born blind. He used a lot of money to reverse the condition but all the effort went dry.
The second born for that family too had disability. The third born was born a normal child but later in his early life, polio virus did the worst and the boy lost his legs.
The man accepted the lessons of life and swore never to do evil again..
Well, about three days ago someone sent me the money into my Mpesa account. I was in need of money but I had to call the mobile phone number to verify if the person really wanted to send me money. To my surprise, she told me that it was an accident and that the money was meant for someone else. To ld her to call Mpesa hotline 234 and tell the customer reps to reverse the money. But she declined, instead she told me to take 25 percent of it and return the rest. Oops! That was a cheat on karma…
In don’t like taking what is not truly mine. I hate it when karma plays tit for tat.