Tuesday, 7 November 2017

There Is Not Always a Reason


Because we all believe in cause and effect, we are convinced that everything that happens has a purpose.  Maybe it does have a purpose.  However, sometimes things happen so far in advance of the event that they influence that we cannot see the cause and effect.  Think a butterfly flapping its wings in Brazil and a storm in England.

We do not have a broad enough vision to see everything and to understand everything.  Accepting that we cannot know everything allows us to be at peace with seemingly random events. 

We can say good-bye to analyzing life to pieces and say hello to accepting the beauty and the abundance and all the things that are sent our way.


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