I believe in karma. Call me crazy, but I do. Last night, I was helping out a friend with a sick baby, out-of-town husband, and two sleeping toddlers. Yes, she's super Mom. She ended up needing to take baby to the ER (seriously, so sad! I wanted to cry. I hate when babies are sick). My friend and I rushed over to watch her sleeping angles while she headed to the ER. After 4 long hours, a tired baby and mommy came home. We were all relieved to hear that baby was doing better and was fast asleep. When I came home around 1:00 am, Derek brought up the idea of karma. "One day, when we have a sick baby and sleeping kids at home, it's good to know you can have someone to call to come help you out." And it made me think. It's so true. By helping others, we are giving ourselves opportunities to one day be served by others. It made me happy to know that one day in the future, when I'm elbow high in laundry to fold, and over-flowing pile of dishes in the sink, and a sticky floor with spilled juice on it, I'll have someone be willing to help me in my time of need.
So, yes. I believe in good karma...and so should you!