Why there is no such thing as “karma”

kar·ma
ˈkärmə/
noun
1, (in Hinduism and Buddhism) the sum of a person’s actions in this and previous states of existence, viewed as deciding their fate in future existences.
-informal
destiny or fate, following as effect from cause.
One of the many fallacies that we as Men have been mislead into thinking is the gospel truth is the concept of “karma.” We are taught that if you do good things, then good things will come to you. On the flip side, if we do bad things, bad things will happen to us.
The reason this “proverb” is patently false is because there’s no such thing as karma, gentlemen. There are a shit load of people who do nothing but good in their lives but life continues to give them the shit end of the stick.  Regardless of how much good they do, life continues to shit on them.
On the other side of that coin, there are plenty of people who do nothing but bad things. People who lie, cheat, steal, fuck people over, the list goes on and on. But these people continue to live great and prosperous lives.
Just because something good happens to somebody doesn’t mean they did something good to deserve it. This is just a coincidence. This isn’t some cosmic force that brings balance to the universe in some mystical way. People get lucky, and shit happens. That’s all there is to it.
And think of it this way…if karma really existed, if what goes around really did come around then where did the axiom “No good deed goes unpunished” come from? It certainly didn’t come from nowhere. But regardless of where it came from, there is one area that unequivocally proves this proverb to be false and anyone who still doubts the fallacy that is “karma” need only look to one particular area…

…women

There is no greater example that shines a light on the erroneousness of this lie is the current state of the dating market in 2018. We’re taught that the better we treat women, the better they treat us. We’re told that if we’re loyal to them, they’re loyal to us. And if you’ve had any experience with women at all then you know these claims are 100% bullshit.

The concept of karma is quite literally flipped on its head because most women respond more favorably to poor treatment from men. Unappreciative, disrespectful, and abusive men enjoy more success with women than men who are respectful, accommodating, gentlemanly, and provide.

This is what happens to men who treat women “like queens”

Put simply, the worse you treat women the better they treat you. The better you treat women, the worse they treat you. Doesn’t sound like “karma” to me.

 

“What goes around comes around” is also a statement people cling to in order to cope with a wrong that has been done to them. If a girl cheats on a guy he’ll keep repeating this to himself to make himself feel better about the fact that she’s getting pounded out by someone else.

 

Women also use “karma” as an excuse for bad behavior. They’ll go fuck their boyfriend’s best friend and chalk it up to “karma” because  “he was soooooo rude to me the other night, so he deserved it. #karma!”

People use karma to feel better

I can understand that if a guy gets fucked over by a girl who cheated on him, he needs something to cling to in order to keep from losing his mind. The fact that he’s sitting at home alone while she’s getting pounded by another guy at that very moment is hard to handle. Especially if he still has strong feelings for her.

Men like this cling to “karma” to feel better about what’s just happened to him

Men sometimes cling to “karma” to help them to get over the pain and agony of knowing his ex is with someone else and I certainly can’t blame them. It definitely helps to think of a scenario where she ends up getting fucked over as badly as he did to help him through to process of getting over her.

But that doesn’t mean it will happen. Maybe his ex gets screwed over in the end, maybe she doesn’t. Maybe the guy she’s with now ends up being a douchebag who fucks around on her and causes her pain, maybe he doesn’t. But whatever happens, karma has positively nothing to do with it.

Conclusion

Believing in Karma is for the weak. To rely on some fake cosmic force to make you feel better about something or to make something happen for you is mentally feeble. Nobody controls what happens in your life but you.

If someone does you dirty, get past it, make sure you’re not in the same position to be taken advantage of, charge it to the game, and move on. Telling yourself “karma” will handle them is disingenuous and weak. Be a man and put this bullshit fallacy to bed for good.

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