Keep an open mind, don’t burn your bridges, treat others the way you want to be treated, do unto others as they do unto you and Karma will get you everytime. All these saying are suppose to be mean something, and “WE” as a community say them all the time; however, do we really practice them? Honestly, we probably practice them 5% of them time. We really have good intentions to follow through with these sayings, but electronic technology makes it easy to break them. What exactly does this statement mean?

20 years ago people would tell each other how we felt. Meaning, we would communicate face to face, instead of through mobile applications. If someone talked bad about you behind your back, they were considered a coward. Today, mobile applications have given our society an excuse to talk behind peoples back. Is this far fetched? Have we given a younger generation an excuse to be honest without facing the person they are talking about? What is the answer? The answer speaks loud and clear about your integrity. If you can speak badly about someone without facing them, this ranks your integrity on the lower end of a scale from 1 to 10.

I beg you to remember these words; “Karma will get you every time.” If you speak badly of someone, you will be treated in the same manner. It may be 1 day from now or it could be one year from now. Before you press send on your mobile device, you need to make sure you are willing to pay the consequences.