As it happens to be the last day of 2015, I decided it would be fitting to write a year-end post. When looking back on years past, I would have to say that this has been my most inspiring, productive, … Continue reading
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It may seem cliché and overused but it is true, everything does happen for a reason. Every little thing from knocking a glass over, to meeting someone on the street all has a meaning and a purpose. You probably won’t even realize the power and significance of a single moment until you reflect back on it, usually a long time after.
Not everything that happens to us is nice or enjoyable. Rather, many occurrences in life can be quite terrible and unfortunate. However, it is my belief that most of these terrible, unfortunate events NEED to happen for specific reasons. I have often mentioned this out loud and have been deemed cruel and uncaring but that is okay. I am not sorry for trying to make sense of the negative in a positive way. Life, for no reason, was meant to be easy. Life was meant to be hard because if it were easy, we wouldn’t learn anything at all and there would be no point in living.
Life is like a pond, with many different stones of all shapes and sizes being thrown into it. Each stone causes ripples, each of a different magnitude. After all the stones have fallen in, the pond’s surface regains its smooth composure as though nothing had happened. Down in the bottom those stones rest, as memories. When you look at this image in your mind, imagine that the stones are key events and the ripples are the aftermath. If the stones had not fallen in, the ripples would never have occurred and if the ripples had never occurred, the pond would be empty.
There is always something that is going to happen to you and you may or may not like it. However, you must not forget that these are the things that give you substance. These events are the building blocks of who you are to become and what you have the possibility to be capable of. There are no mistakes, there are only limitless possibilities.