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Re: Justice by kullozone(m): 7:56am On Mar 30
"Ingrate" was the only word that appeared when I Read the second "karma story" smiley
Re: Justice by kunleweb: 8:26am On Apr 12
Thrash mindset
Re: Justice by lordkush: 9:12am On Apr 12
op you 're a bitter ungrateful person.

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Re: Justice by logan2(m): 10:36am On Apr 12
not a beliver of karma, its just human imagination ,nothing else , but bad things do happen to people who treat me bad,when i wish it on them,it could get dangerous too.
Re: Justice by oboy81: 8:53am On Apr 30
MJBOLT:
i do not believe in karma
You Dey Mind The Mumu? undecided

I knew this XhosaNostra Girl was Dumb But i never Kew It was This magnanimous. Jesus Christ!

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Re: Justice by dia4iam(m): 7:25pm On May 18
XhosaNostra:
Have you ever seen Karma at work? Please share your stories.

Today I just received news that I've been waiting for, for over a decade. But I'll save that for last.

In 1997, my biological father passed away from complications related to diabetes. He left a lot of money. He was a businessman, who ran his bar singlehandedly, until shortly before his passing. Anyway, there were even more complications to follow: he didn't leave a will. So about two weeks after his funeral we were summoned to court, myself, my 3 other siblings & our mothers. My father was survived by an older brother. All his other siblings were long gone. My uncle was appointed by the court to divide the money, equally, between us (the children). Long story short, I never got a cent! I'm not sure if he gave the two children from my father's 1st marriage anything, but a huge lump sum of the money went to him. He went on a shopping spree & spoiled his own family with gifts. He opened his own business, a supermarket. However, he didn't live long enough to enjoy the fruits of his deceit. He died 6 months later from a brain tumour. I felt justice was served!

Now back to the news from the beginning of my post. I have one sibling on my mother's side. She's 15 years older. At the end of 1999, I had to go live with her. She has a good paying job, working for the government. When we 1st started living together, she made sure that my future was secured. She got me an education plan, which would have paid for all my university expenses. When I was in grade 11 she had her 1st child & everything changed. I don't wanna go into it, but she removed my name from the education plan. Her child was the sole beneficiary. Naturally, I was heartbroken. I cried over it for years. Now the child is all grown. She's so close to getting everything that was taken from me. But life has other plans by the sound of it, because I just heard that she dropped out of school & is refusing to go back to school. I should be celebrating, but I'm not. The only thing "sweeting" me is, her mother finally got her visit from Karma after everything she's put me through. I was good & yet she treated me like garbage. She told lies about me & now every lie she ever told is coming back to haunt her through the very child she used as an excuse to treat me like an outsider.

Never take revenge on people. Leave it all to Karma.
Your Father died when I was only 2. Considering that I am an adult now, with sweet-bitter life experiences of my own, "the i'm coming of God, better understood as karma or justice in this context, might not come in 20 years". I do not belief in evil, good or bad. I see them as inventions of man to express sensations they do not even understand because what seems good at first at times, might end up being the worst thing to have ever happened to one. Instead, I believe in the love of God (or whatever else humans use to define whatever force facilitated this string of existence we are all in) and justice which always gets served to term. I have a feeling you should try reuniting the bonds that might have been severed by the malicious and selfish acts of your folks if you can. It makes you better than them, and might create a new sequence of happenings that you might end up being grateful for.
Re: Justice by Deepfeel(m): 7:58pm On May 18
The question is, have you gained anything from what has become of your enemies? If no then you and your enemies are in same poo sad
Re: Justice by starstaz(m): 12:13pm On Aug 10
Xhosa. What's up now! how do u do Jaree!
Re: Justice by limpopo(m): 1:09pm On Aug 13
I know this is not the right place but I just want to ask you this question coz you are from South Africa.

This song by Brenda Fassie - MPUNDULU.. I love that song like my food even though I don't know the meaning...

Please can you tell me the meaning of that song... I would really appreciate this...
Re: Justice by funmisticqueen(f): 2:43pm On Aug 13
XhosaNostra:
Have you ever seen Karma at work? Please share your stories.

Today I just received news that I've been waiting for, for over a decade. But I'll save that for last.

In 1997, my biological father passed away from complications related to diabetes. He left a lot of money. He was a businessman, who ran his bar singlehandedly, until shortly before his passing. Anyway, there were even more complications to follow: he didn't leave a will. So about two weeks after his funeral we were summoned to court, myself, my 3 other siblings & our mothers. My father was survived by an older brother. All his other siblings were long gone. My uncle was appointed by the court to divide the money, equally, between us (the children). Long story short, I never got a cent! I'm not sure if he gave the two children from my father's 1st marriage anything, but a huge lump sum of the money went to him. He went on a shopping spree & spoiled his own family with gifts. He opened his own business, a supermarket. However, he didn't live long enough to enjoy the fruits of his deceit. He died 6 months later from a brain tumour. I felt justice was served!

Now back to the news from the beginning of my post. I have one sibling on my mother's side. She's 15 years older. At the end of 1999, I had to go live with her. She has a good paying job, working for the government. When we 1st started living together, she made sure that my future was secured. She got me an education plan, which would have paid for all my university expenses. When I was in grade 11 she had her 1st child & everything changed. I don't wanna go into it, but she removed my name from the education plan. Her child was the sole beneficiary. Naturally, I was heartbroken. I cried over it for years. Now the child is all grown. She's so close to getting everything that was taken from me. But life has other plans by the sound of it, because I just heard that she dropped out of school & is refusing to go back to school. I should be celebrating, but I'm not. The only thing "sweeting" me is, her mother finally got her visit from Karma after everything she's put me through. I was good & yet she treated me like garbage. She told lies about me & now every lie she ever told is coming back to haunt her through the very child she used as an excuse to treat me like an outsider.

Never take revenge on people. Leave it all to Karma.
THIS IS SO DUMB, Your entitlement mentality stinks to heaven. The sooner you realize that no one owes you sh1t, the better you can put your life in order.
Re: Justice by XhosaNostra(f): 2:45pm On Aug 13
funmisticqueen:
THIS IS SO DUMB, Your entitlement mentality stinks to heaven. The sooner you realize that no one owes you sh1t, the better you can put your life in order.

And what do you know about me?
Re: Justice by funmisticqueen(f): 2:49pm On Aug 13
XhosaNostra:


And what do you know about me?
Enough to know that you can wait twenty years for your relatives' downfall out of some wrong you think they did to you. If that's not entitled and small minded, i don't know what is.
Re: Justice by XhosaNostra(f): 2:52pm On Aug 13
funmisticqueen:
Enough to know that you can wait twenty years for your relatives' downfall out of some wrong you think they did to you. If that's not small minded, i don't know what is.


Fortunately for me, I don't care enough about you & your opinion on a matter you know very little about. Now you can keep it moving. Thank you.
Re: Justice by funmisticqueen(f): 2:54pm On Aug 13
XhosaNostra:


Fortunately for me, I don't care enough about you & your opinion on a matter you know very little about. Now you can keep it moving. Thank you.
wink
XhosaNostra:


Fortunately for me, I don't care enough about you & your opinion on a matter you know very little about. Now you can keep it moving. Thank you.
You are welcome, if this how south Africans think, a lot of things now make sense.
Re: Justice by XhosaNostra(f): 2:55pm On Aug 13
funmisticqueen:
wink You are welcome, if this how south Africans think, a lot of things now make sense.

Good.
Re: Justice by Miaraka: 7:55pm On Aug 13
limpopo:
I know this is not the right place but I just want to ask you this question coz you are from South Africa.

This song by Brenda Fassie - MPUNDULU.. I love that song like my food even though I don't know the meaning...

Please can you tell me the meaning of that song... I would really appreciate this...

Impundulu is a Xhosa word for "oppressive spirit." I think she's about an abusive husband, just like an oppressive spirit.
Re: Justice by Miaraka: 8:04pm On Aug 13
funmisticqueen:
wink You are welcome, if this how south Africans think, a lot of things now make sense.
No, Madam! She's not our representative or claiming to be one. She's responding that way because she suffered a great deal. Now, instead of supporting her or just ignoring her post, you appear to have chosen to judge her or take sides. I may be wrong but that's what appears to be the case.
Re: Justice by limpopo(m): 7:44pm On Aug 14
Miaraka:


Impundulu is a Xhosa word for "oppressive spirit." I think she's about an abusive husband, just like an oppressive spirit.
. Thanks.. i just watched the video now on YouTube, seems like your explanation says it all

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