4 Reasons Strong People Let Karma Do Their Dirty Work

Sometimes the best option is letting karma pay the person a visit. When someone wrongs you, your typical first thought is one of revenge. We think that by inflicting similar pain onto this person, we’ll make ourselves feel better.

A friend did you dirty, or an ex-lover caused you a lot of pain and heartbreak. You might not want to seek revenge against someone who’s harmed you because karma … will come back and bite you in the butt, too! Strong people know this.

You are a stronger and more stable person than the person who hurt you. You should not stoop to their level. They are not worth your time. In this life, we waste far too much time on people who do not deserve it.

Karma can be a bitch and if you do good, good will come to you.

There is a famous saying, “before seeking revenge, first dig two graves.” When you seek vengeance, you hurt yourself as well, if not more. You are not going to feel good about hurting someone regardless if it is warranted or not.

So here is 4 Reasons strong people let Karma do the job

1. Sometimes revenge can cause more trouble than it is worth.

If you go around keying the cars of every guy who cheats on you, you may end up in some legal trouble. Sure, it is painful and they deserve to be in pain too but you need to put yourself first. That person isn’t worth it.

2. You cannot get revenge on the whole world.

Sometimes getting revenge is just not an option. Not all battles are worth fighting. Know when to stand down.

3. Revenge doesn’t feel as good as you think it does.

Sure, you may think revenge is going to be awesome but in the end, it won’t make you feel any better. You shouldn’t let this person take up any of your time. You have more important things to think about.

4. Whether you can or not karma will always catch up to this person.

Karma is going to be here forever. Whether you can get this person back or not karma will. Maybe not as quickly as you want it to, but it will happen. You should find comfort in knowing that.

The ultimate revenge is living well and being happy. Hateful people can’t stand happy people.
If you don’t believe that karma is going to come and get the people who wronged you, it’s still a good practice to keep your head up high and focus on succeeding rather than trying to get revenge. You’re not going to be able to control what another person does, but you’ll always be able to control yourself.

Source: Powerofpositivity Awarenessact Elitedaily