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Karma is the belief that our present and past actions dictate theoutcome and fate of the rest of our lives In a perfect world withperfect karma innocent children wouldnt get cancer and murderers wouldget what they deserve in prison Unfortunately this isnt a perfectworld and sometimes our good deeds tend to bring about the worstoutcomes I never thought that a simple blood donation to help a sickperson in need would end up putting my life on the line and everyoneelse in a state of panic It was one good deed that did not seem to wantto follow the rules of karma Each year at my high school hundreds of kids sign up to donate blood inthe auditorium and no one just does it for the free t-shirt Not onlyare we competing against our rival high school to see who can donate themost but were also saving lives in the process Of course I planned onsigning up No one wanted to be that one kid that couldnt take one hourout of his or her day to donate a pint of life saving blood Once I hadsigned up I headed down to the auditorium where my vitals were testedand my finger was pricked To my surprise I was quickly turned awaybecause my pulse was too high The woman signing me out assured me thattheyd call and have me come down to the center to try again I hadntgiven it a second thought until they called two months later I hadnothing to do that Saturday and it seemed like a decent way of spendingmy time My mom went with me and when we got to the center we were toldthat they had a shortage of blood platelets Though the process takesmuch longer I assured her that wed be happy to and we were quicklysent back for evaluation Handing us stacks of papers to sign and fillout was a tall blonde lady who looked like she enjoyed her job
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