There are about 7 billion people in this world but indulge me while I temporarily lump them into two groups
1. Those who watched Married at First Sight.
2. And those who did not. Aka busy people with a life.
I fall into the first category. I couldn’t look away. I felt like I was slowly driving past a car accident, concerned for those affected, curious as to how it got to that point. Needing to understand the whys and hows so I could avoid it ever being me.
Yes I know …. a lot of it was staged. Some of them were actors blah-di-blah-bi-blah BUT whether reality or scripted there were A LOT of lessons to be learnt.
So here is what I got out of it:
In life, be a giver not a taker. And avoid people who are primarily takers.
Even the most beautiful looking people can appear ugly if they are nasty.
Speak your truth. Gently
If you love someone TELL THEM. Don’t let the words get stuck in your throat.
Blend your makeup
Tell your friend if their make up is not blended
Be accountable for your actions. If you were wrong, say so. You are, after all, human.
There are lots of reasons that you shouldn’t throw red wine at people. Wearing a white dress is only one of them.
Filter appropriately. Too much and you may as well not speak. Too little and all your words lose their effect.
And lastly ….
You absolutely cannot stop Karma … but remember there are two kinds and your actions can control which one comes to visit. That’s on you.
Married at First Sight ….. or as I like to call it: “Adultery on the Karma Express”