English language is as simple as tough.
One is proud that,it’s an international language and people from different parts of the world can communicate with each other easily.
But the language is also funny,in sense derogatory words not only used but also accepted as a norm.
Example the word ‘BITCH’
Oxford dictionary defines Bitch as
1.A female dog,wolf,fox or otter
2.Unpleasant woman,offensive woman.
Commonly used as a slang word.
But why use it with KARMA ?
‘Karma’ is a religious concept,where as ‘Bitch’ is a derogatory word.
I don’t know why ,but I am not comfortable,whenever somebody combines religious words with slang stuff.
Is KARMA is really bitchy ?
My feeling is KARMA is not a bitch.
My guess is people use this word whenever they think that the person is suffering because his or her bad Karma
Suppose the person is enjoying his life because of his or her good Karma……can we still say Karma is a bitch ?
You can’t escape karma … It is what it is.
It doesn’t judge, it’s neither good nor bad like most people think.
It’s the result of all the actions, positive and negative–a constant balancing act of events–cause and effect–tit for tat–reaping and sowing–what goes around comes around … However you phrase it, it’s the same in the end.
– Alyson Noel, Shadowland
Any thoughts ? Do you believe in KARMA ?
Thank you. Philosophy through photography