I just want to know some opinions on this subject. Is karma worth it? Does it even exist? Do you believe in it? To me, no, yes, and losing faith. Ever since I was around 12, I realized that if I did good things, nothing really went wrong. If I did my chores, I wouldn't get hasseled. If I got good grades, I was rewarded. If I treated people nicely, the gesture would be returned. But lately, I'm starting to say Screw it, it's not worth it. Let me tell you why: In school, I get good grades, I help people with their work, and I have many friends. Outside that, I help the community. I am sponsoring someone to become Catholic, I'm in the Youth Group, which helps out the less fortunate. And yet, other than my good health, many things go wrong. I get yelled at by my parents for the stupidest things, mainly because they are venting at us from their constant fighting. People at school are WAY to critical of the other students, and the list goes on and on. I know I have a pesimistic view of things, but is it really that hard not to? Look at the world today. Crime, murder, terrorists, reality shows, Howard Dean. All of these things plague us in today's world. I've returned money people drop, help other students when they drop their books in school, nice to everyone (well mosty everyone). my theory: dont be mean unless they give you a reason. Why do good things happen to bad people, and bad things happen to good people? That's why gold sinks, and crap floats. I got off track alittle, but back to my point: Is it worth it? I look forward to everyone's response.