Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Everything in life happens for a reason

I don't believe in coincidences. I believe that everything in life happens for a reason. Sometimes I let my mind dwell off to the past and I relive some happenings. There were circumstances and occasions that weren't that positive. Those experiences made me sad and for a long time, I had negative feelings about them. But at that time, I couldn't know yet, what was to come of these experiences. Things don't happen just like that.. There must be a reason why things happen to us and not to someone else. If you can find that reason, it means you listen to your guides and you are open to improve yourself.

Some lessons are harder to learn than other. If you didn't learn your lesson the first time, you will get new encounters to have a second try out. Maybe you still haven't learned. Time will give you more experiences, until the light bulb in your head starts to glow. And then you have that aha-erlebnis, where you realise what lesson you have been taught. Don't worry if you're a slow learner. You'll get plenty of chances..


OnsKookboek said...

And when you live in an environment that offers many hands to grab once you need extra help, your learning experience is much easier and faster - when you want to learn that is -.

Like when their are no hands to dig you out under the rubble of Haiti, not much can be learned...

Bittersweet said...

Absolutely true Stef.. we are fortunate to have that much help available. Good to hear you! I missed you already.