Judging someone’s story by the chapter you walk in on may not give you an accurate view of the whole story. Read on.
Karma doesn’t need YOUR list of people it missed. It never misses. Just make sure YOU have more good than bad on Karma’s list.
This is almost always true: What they are to you, you are to them. Look for the good in others. It improves the view of you.
Look for the good, not the should, in others. You’ll get a much better return on investment with what you find and share.
If you walked a mile in someone else’s shoes, you’d likely return them immediately. Stop judging or envying theirs. Shine yours.