Is Karma Good Or Bad?
bugs, damn it. But all this based talk of loving – kindness has gotten to me. What the heck, I gave the bug one more kick, this time more gently, and in an instant it is right side up, scampering away. Not thanking me, but that’s okay. It feels good. I saved a life. I got involved” (67). In essence, Weiner exemplifies what the Bhutan sense of happiness is: being mentally involved, and thinking deliberately about your actions. However, Weiner also notices a very different mentality – la. La,