Even though life can appear unjust at times, karma is always working to put things back in their proper perspective. A certain sense of satisfaction, on the other hand, might be felt when one sees justice being properly served right in front of their very eyes. As you sow, so shall you reap. We’re taught from an early age to treat others the way we would like to be treated. However, how many times do we actually adhere to it? No one can avoid karma, which operates according to a single set of rules. Whatever you offer, you will receive in return. You will be rewarded for your efforts at some point in the future.
User u/Controlled01 shared his story on the r/MaliciousCompliance subreddit, and it has garnered a lot of attention.
A delivery firm that distributes water to those who do not have access to a direct water connection is served by the city’s delivery business, which the OP works for. A story he tells about being assigned to transport water for a new customer who was completely oblivious to his surroundings is included. The Redditor reported his experience of receiving a phone call from a client requesting that he provide water to their residence. The client did not specify an amount, which was odd given that the OP had only recently refilled their tank with water a couple of days before the request. This prompted some questions in the Redditor’s mind, so he left messages and phoned the client to confirm the call, which the client did not confirm. Despite this, he proceeded to their house to fill the tank, and before doing so, he knocked on the door to confirm that the delivery had been made as promised. Once he realized that no one was answering, he began doing his job and started filling the tank with water. After a while, the woman, who was the client, screamed and ran out of the house. Check out the rest of the story to find out how justice was brought!
It’s time to learn about the most satisfying flood in history!
There were certainly a lot of red flags from the beginning!
There were several incidents like this that occurred to people as well. In reaction to the tale, below are some of the responses:
That is a major miscalculation on their part!
Talk about the worst first day on a job!
It seems like she never does anything on time, didn’t answer the door, didn’t pick up the call, and didn’t notice the 700+ gallons of water in her house!
“They simply didn’t bother”
Well that certainly sounds like “The great flood”!
Couldn’t agree more!
These comments really seas-ed the day with these puns!
That is a shallow comment!
We dolphinitely couldn’t agree more!
Sometimes, things just don’t work out the way you expect them to. Good things can happen to good people and horrible things can happen to good people for no apparent reason at all. However, justice may shine through in the most exquisite manner conceivable, and people who make poor decisions wind up getting their due in the most pleasant ways.
In your opinion, what is the best way to address this story? Let us know what you think in the comments section at the bottom. There is never any justification for being vindictive or malicious, and there is certainly no justification for being petty. A certain sense of satisfaction, on the other hand, might be felt when one sees justice being properly served right in front of our very eyes. Does it matter to you whether or not justice is served when it is due?