When does hexing become an option?

So from a general standpoint I try not to use spells and such for anything. I believe that if you want something, no one can provide it for yourself but you, and no amount of conjuring or rhyming words will help solve the problem. I am not against spells, I just have my own method of obtaining the things I need for my life.

That being said, I am being sorely tempted at the moment to lay a hell of a whammy on someone.

Without going into to much detail, I recently did nannying work for a private individual. Said individual had to give up custody of the children and so I was no longer needed. Fair enough. Happens all the time. However this individuals has now ignored all my phone calls, e-mails and meetings so that I can receive payment for my final two weeks of work. I have gone from polite concern to professionally irate.

And now it has been almost a week without any word from her as to when I will receive my due compensation.

Bitch is about to get hexed.

To be clear, I have no intention of wishing harm on the woman. That would benefit neither of us. However if a little demanding energy can be put forth on my part to persuade the owed compensation from her than so be it. I am not entirely without an ethical dilemma about this concept.  But it is becoming less and less of a concern. I do not have the patience to wait for karma or the universe to take care of those who have wronged me. It all goes along with that whole taking care of shit your self perspective that I maintain.

So what are the thoughts of the community? When does using your magic to force anothers hand become an option?

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One Response to “When does hexing become an option?”

  1. chefette13 Says:

    Ya gotta do whatca gotta do! I use to watch children also many years ago. after not getting paid I learned quickly to ask for payment up front. on Monday morning they need to pay you for the week. no money no service! I hope you get your money!

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