can't tell if this counts as an answered prayer

OK so I'm new to Wicca and I decided to see I can find some prayers that didn't need candles or anything (I can't afford that and getting a job is a real struggle for me). I found a list of prayers and saved it really deep into my computer in a folder nobody would want to go into (I save my Wiccan stuff in about 5 layers of folders). I didn't use those prayers very often but just yesterday I decided to do a prayer that asks for a good day and a woman I don't trust who lives with my family and I decided to throw a fit over who ate the rice. I knew my sister did it but decided to take the blame since if the woman found out my sis did it she would make her life a living hell (sorry if that offended anyone). Long story short the woman decided to cause conflict to my family physically and she is no longer in the house. 

I'm not sure if I should thank the gods for finally getting her out of the house be angry because my dad and my sis got hurt (not badly though) over the scenario. I wonder if they thought it was necessary to get her out and the peace that's coming after will be well worth it. That's what I'd like to think.

I wish nobody got hurt at all in the process but it looks like nobody in the house is going to be hurt physically or emotionally by her anymore and for that I owe them one.

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Comment by Jaisyl on November 25, 2015 at 11:01am

I think you can't make an omelet without breaking eggs.  What I mean is this--all of our actions and intentions have consequences and oftentimes consequences of an unforeseen variety.  This should not frighten anyone into never taking action for fear something negative will occur.  

In the situation you outlined, remember--this woman made the decision to engage in conflict.  She made choices to react violently.  She has no moral right to complain of the consequences she brought down upon herself, as she was the aggressor.

It is regrettable that your loved ones suffered injury--but as you say, they will and are recovering.  Most importantly, the person who caused all that is no longer under the same roof as them.  If you must be angry (which is natural enough), be angry with the woman who actually delivered the harm.  The gods didn't make her do that--she chose to initiate the use of force.  The responsibility (and resulting karma) is hers and hers alone.

Enjoy the peace and the lightening of energy in your household...however it came about.  :)

Comment by Aine on November 26, 2015 at 12:55am

I see your point. Thanks :)


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