Wednesday, 2 December 2015

Good deed, sad end

I read this article about the good deed that Matthew Jackson performed for Jamie-Lynn Knighten:


Less than a day later, a car accident killed Jackson. I honestly don't understand it when people who are genuinely kind seem to die young whereas people who have been vile to others appear to live beyond the average life expectancy. This is a generalisation, of course, but it's a pattern I've noticed.

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  1. That's like reverse-karma, very sad. But I don't think karma actually exists like people think it does. Tragedy can strike anyone at anytime.

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    1. It's possible it's the frequency of how it's reported. Regardless, what happened here is deeply saddening. What a waste.

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  2. How sad. :( I agree with your observation, though.

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    1. I have real-life examples of it occurring...

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