I\u2019ve been facing some existential crisis lately. Not because there\u2019s anything wrong happening in my life. But because I\u2019ve started questioning the struggles of others. It\u2019s weird though. I\u2019m having questions about things I can never get answers for. I\u2019ve grown up believing in Karma. I have always believed that you get what you give. It has helped me be kind. But as I lie down comfortably on my bed and switch the AC on, I almost feel a level of discomfort. As I grumble about my day being tiring after preparing a meal; I feel guilty for not appreciating the life that has been given to me. It\u2019s then when I start questioning the karma of a baby who was born without a home. It\u2019s then when I start questioning the karma of a starving dog! When I start questioning the karma of the woman who gets beaten by her husband everyday. People claim it\u2019s the karma of their past life that has given them a life like this.But isn\u2019t it unfair? To be punished for something you don\u2019t remember doing.?Why do some people get everything they want and some strive way too hard for it?What if our lives have been predestined and there\u2019s nothing we can do about it!? Maybe it is. We\u2019ll never know. But the thing that makes me find solace among st all these questions is to actually do something for someone in need. Not because I\u2019d be rewarded for it, but because that\u2019s the least I can do to find my inner peace!