What you’ve done will always come back to you
The news that Hana Kimura, a female professional wrestler, passed away at a young age has been in the news for the past few days.
There is a strong opinion that she took her own life because of the slander on social media. How will the people who slandered her in such a way take responsibility for their own actions?
I can only assume that such people are completely ignorant of the truth that what they have done will come back to them.
It doesn’t matter if it’s an anonymous slander or not, deleting your social network account doesn’t mean you can get away with what you’ve done.
Because what you’ve done will always come back to you in the Law of Cause and Effect. It doesn’t mean that what you’ve done is gone.It’s not that simple.
If they truly understood that, they would never do something like that to hurt people with verbal violence.
The reason is that if you do that, you will end up doing the same thing to yourself.
Depending on the degree to which you have hurt the other person, you will also hurt yourself that much. Who would willingly ask for their own misfortune?
We don’t exist to hurt each other. They exist to help, support and keep each other alive.
It means that what you’ve done will come back to you. It is not a difficult thing to say, it is a natural dispensation and a law.
If you are aware of this, even a little bit, and live by it, you will understand that you should not slander people. It doesn’t matter if the other person is a celebrity or an ordinary person.
I want more people to be aware of this. It means that your actions will boomerang back to you as they are.
When you truly understand that, you will know what is happy for you and what you should be doing. If you make others unhappy, you will be unhappy yourself eventually. I want more people to know about it.
The fact that she died at such a young age must have been very traumatic and painful for her, as if her heart had been cut off.
And it is very painful to think of the suffering that will be returned to the people who tormented her, not to mention the person herself. It may have been something that they did in a casual way, but they have to take responsibility for it themselves. No one can replace them.
I want everyone reading this right now to know about it. And I hope you will share this with those around you.
What goes around, comes around.
If that’s the case, then sowing the seeds of happiness, not the seeds of malice, will lead to true happiness. That if you sow the seeds of malice, you will always be unhappy.
There are no exceptions to that law, and everything in this universe is happening in that chain of cause and effect.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to the repose of Ms. Hana Kimura.
I sincerely hope that fewer people will suffer such wounds, and that as many people as possible will be awakened to the true way of life of love.