Fate is everything you experience while you are making plans for your future; it cannot be planned for, nor can it be avoided because it was written in the time before your life began that you would experience these people and events.
You will see everything you are meant to see, even the things you’d prefer not to have seen at all.
You will hear everything you are meant to hear; the moment you don’t hear what you’re supposed to hear, out of your mouth will come; “What did you say?
You will touch everything you are meant to touch, even the things you touch by accident is meant to happen. The moment you put your fingers up to your nose hoping for the smell of chocolate is a moment you don’t forget.
Some people are meant to be rich, while other people are meant to be jealous of the rich people. Some people are meant to realise, “Money will not make you happy but it is more comfortable to be unhappy in the back of a Rolls Royce.”
You will experience every emotion possible from despair to elation because you are meant to live a full life, not just exist on the peripheries of life.
Some people are meant to be happy with their body image, other people are meant to be unhappy about tiny parts of theirs while other people just don’t care about their bodies until their body can’t bring them where they want to go, then they join the unhappy group.
Some people are meant to complain until they realise everybody they interact with complains as much as they do, and they decide to change. “You attract who you are, not the people you want into your life.”
Some people are meant to be a worrier until one day they will look back on all the things they worried about and realise very little of what they worried about actually happened.
Some people are meant to be thinkers, they will think incessantly about the meaning of life until one day they will look back and realise life has passed them by while they were thinking about it.
The difference between thinkers and people who worry is one thinks about the past while the other concentrates on the future.
Some people are meant to believe in God because they feel they need to have somebody to blame if life doesn’t go quite to plan. The common phrase is, “how could he let this happen.”
Some people are meant to believe there is no God but they live their life in such a way that when they die and find out there is an almighty vengeful God, he will look at their lives with pride. In other words, they take responsibility for their own thoughts and actions.
You are meant to interact with everybody who enters your life because there are no coincidences, some people enter your life as a blessing, others are there to teach you a lesson; and then there are the special people who in your moment of greatest need will give you the advice you need to steer you back onto the course of life you were meant to lead.
“Fate is neither cruel nor kind, it is something everybody experiences; it just happens.”