Unexpected Incidents

Unexpected incidents are beautiful, aren’t they?  Well the good ones definitely are, but what about the bad?  Life is full of good and bad incidents.  We can’t expect, plan or prepare for all of them.  We can only learn from them and apply our discoveries to the new journeys ahead.

We must realize that lessons are buried deep within the suffering of bad experiences.  It may not seem obvious at first, but they’re present. Obviously, we try to do the best we can to avoid the bad, but you shouldn’t turn down a new experience just because you’re afraid.  Allow fear to become your compass.  Let it guide you in the direction that will produce the most personal growth.

Another way to get the most out of the unexpected is to be present.  Don’t spend all your mental energy or time thinking about the future.  It doesn’t even exist yet.  Don’t miss what’s happening now.

New experiences happen every day and the unknown surrounds us everywhere we go.  Each day is filled with endless possibilities for us to choose from and experience.  Sometimes we become so focused on the end result that we miss the little miracles along the way.

I don’t think we appreciate the beauty behind each new day enough.  We awake up every morning with a fresh slate.  Yesterday seems as if it never happened.  Isn’t that wonderful?  We have the chance to start over, be who want to be, and act how we want to act every day.  Why don’t we cherish this more? 

We shouldn’t take it for granted.  Each new day ahead decides the outcome of our week, our month, our year, and eventually, our lifetime. We must recognize bad thoughts and experiences as only an entity rather than a state of being.  They are only an emotion, and don’t exist.


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