Today I walked down the street, making it a point to look each stranger I passed directly in his or her eyeball. Most people cannot look at me long because they know I am the Truth Seeker. I seek the truth in random passersby and after making my determination of their worthiness, I pass along the information to my boss.
Now, my boss is an interesting character in that he seems to let the good suffer incredibly long while the bad seem to suffer hardly at all.
This is where I come into the picture. I am the one who gets things done here in this (what some would call God Forsaken) world. I am the one that takes the best of the best from this Earth and I put them in a place where evil will no longer come to them.
See, my boss has it all sorted out for all the beings on this planet and he has made me his right-hand person through all of it.
Oh, here comes one now. I am staring into her ice blue eyeball as she approaches me. She pretends she does not see me, but I know she does. I am the Truth Seeker!
Ok, she passed me with a scowl. Almost everyone that passes me scowls at me when they see me leering into their eyeballs like some creepy pirate. I laugh just loud enough to confuse them when I get looks like that.
Alright, I got her profile.
She is a grump, insecure and poor at time management. However, she is an inherently good person that has had a rough life, so I will just have to make something happen in her life that impacts her and gets her thinking on a more “constructive” level if you catch my drift.
Ooh, here comes a good one. This guy in his BMW just cursed out some poor old lady! He’ll never catch on, but still, I like to toy with the self-righteous. You would be surprised how many people do not catch on to these little obstructions I put into their path. People seem to think in terms of the self too often and when something profound in their life takes place, they say things like “shit happens” or “it is what it is.”
Uh, no. Nothing just happens, people! Gosh, it annoys me so much that these humans think it is all about them and that all the things that happen in their life is on an “it is what it is” basis!
Oh, I am sorry. I forgot to introduce myself! Most people call me Karma, some call me Fate, others don’t give me a name. I am always watching and I will get you when you least expect it. You can call me whatever you like, you’ll know me when you meet me.
*Story published on my old blog in 2012