In his continuing series on good parenting, Bill O'Reilly, who is not a child development specialist but plays one on TV, provided yet another tip for parents. On last night's "Factor," he advised parents - ready for it - to teach children to be kind to others because, "It's Karma, the kinder you are, the better life you will have." He summarized his Factor tip of the day. "Be kind to strangers and people you know." Anybody see any cognitive dissonance here?
And if you get good Karma from being kind, the inverse must be true for those, like O'Reilly, who routinely attack others. So given that O'Reilly doesn't practice what he preaches, he could be looking at some bad Karma. And if that's the case, O'Reilly should heed the words of John Lennon who sang that "Instant Karma's gonna get you" and "knock you off your feet," if you "don't "recognize your brothers" in "everyone you meet." Sadly, O'Reilly doesn't!
Alas, he is apparently immune. Must be one of the perks of not having a soul.
Does everyone remember Bill’s “parenting” skills regarding that kid?