.Karma.

Wow...what a day. I have a feeling I won't be sleeping much tonight....

So Aaron and I have been working for someone that has it coming to him. He has gotten where he is by lying to people, cheating those around him, and being a flat out criminal. I am very glad that we are no longer associated with him...but it has come at a cost.

The biggest thing I am upset about is that we have lost our Coffee Shop to this dirt bag. It would have been a mess trying to run it with him constantly around and trying to have a say in things...so it really wasn't worth it. It's still hard to have someone rip something right out from under you that you have tried so hard to create and has been your baby for almost a year. All of your hard work...down the drain. I would like to say I will have my revenge on him one day. It will come in a form that is not deceitful either. It's called KARMA!

Karma was introduced to me at a young age in the form of a cat...it was her name. My brother brought her with him when he came out to Utah from Arkansas. She was such a good cat. Loving, obedient...almost the temperament of a dog. I continued from that point forward to be aware of exactly what karma was and to be careful with who I chose to be close to. Of course we all make our mistakes and choose to trust those we shouldn't and we learn from it.

Luckily I never trusted this person due to everything I had heard about him...and then learned on my own. I hope that others will take my advice and not be apart of anything that he has to do with. He will take everything he can from you until you are left with nothing. He will end up unhappy in the long run and that is karma enough for me.

I think it was best said here:

Behave toward others as you would like to have them behave toward you, as in Of course I'll help him out; it's a case of do unto others, and I may be in the same boat one day. This so-called Behave toward others as you would like to have them behave toward you, as in Of course I'll help him out; it's a case of do unto others, and I may be in the same boat one day. This so-called golden rule is stated in just about every ancient writing about behavioral precepts (including the New Testament, Talmud, Koran, and the Analects of Confucius). Among the earliest appearances in English is Earl Rivers' translation of a saying of Socrates (Dictes and Sayenges of the Philosophirs, 1477): "Do to other as thou wouldst they should do to thee, and do to none other but as thou wouldst be done to." It is so well known that it is often shortened. is stated in just about every ancient writing about behavioral precepts (including the New Testament, Talmud, Koran, and the Analects of Confucius). Among the earliest appearances in English is Earl Rivers' translation of a saying of Socrates (Dictes and Sayenges of the Philosophirs, 1477): "Do to other as thou wouldst they should do to thee, and do to none other but as thou wouldst be done to." It is so well known that it is often shortened.
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