I believe in karma , if you put good karma into the world it will come back to you and it really came back to me today.
Ah that was so nice of her.
We were out a few weeks ago and my cousin left her iphone in a taxi. We rang it that next morning but it was off.
2 days later her mam got a phone call from the taxi mans wife. He had found it the next day but the battery had died. So they asked around until they eventually found some one with an iphone charger, charged it up and got her mams number from it.
So nice of them
That is fabulous karma for both of ye!
Ahhhhh, thats great. I love hearing goodwill stories, gives me faith in mankind!
Do definitely believe in karma - what goes around comes around. Not particular examples come to my mind but I do believe that if you're nice to people they'll be nice to you.
[b:1z5gtroz]ScarlettoHara [/b:1z5gtroz] Its so great to hear good karma stories , glad your cousin got her Iphone back and im sure at that stage she had given up all hope of ever getting her phone back.
2fm did a thing on this the other day, asking people to phone in or text telling if anything had happened which restored their faith in mankind. Nice hearing those feel good stories as opposed to the usual doom and gloom.
A few years ago we brought my MIL for lunch and she left her handbag there. The girl in the coffee shop recognised my husband from school and they had quick chat before we left. When we were gone she spotted the handbag and went through names in phonebook to find MIL's phone number so she could ring and let her know bag was safe
Karma yip France in this years world cup. If their preformance in it wasn't Karma's revenge what was
Wow! Well done to that girl
I left my purse on top of a petrol pump in Ardee recently, it had over 400e cash in it.
I didn't realise until I got to the toll on the M1 and couldn't find my purse to pay my 2e!
I FREAKED out when I realised what I had done, and phoned my bf who drove round to the petrol station...no purse to be seen. He went in to ask if it had been handed in, and the girl behind the counter had it.
Bless her, she'd seen me drive off without it and left a crowded shop to run out and get it for me.
Every penny was inside.
I was so relieved, I actually cried! I'm forever grateful to her