Something I have been really thinking about is karma. But not how karma is simply a return on the investment of good things you do for people. The people who explain karma think that this is actually false. Karma is more of a manifestation of where you put yourself in your life. It kind of makes sense. If I am messy all of the time, I constantly get frustrated that I lose my things, or things are unclean. If I hang out with a group of mean people who punch down, they can eventually do something to me. If I don't date with the intent of finding someone compatible, I end up with someone who will inevitably make me feel hollow. Karma is not some weird fairy that grants you outcomes, it's more of a choice.