Fate and Destiny:
We Decide Our Fate and Destiny?
and destiny - they seem to be synonyms up to a certain point. Questions always
arise when one or the other is mentioned. Can we rebel against our own destiny?
Can we truly decide the path we want to take in life?
are questions with no definite or final answer. Nevertheless, everything depends
on our determination, our strength to defeat the obstacles we meet on our life's
lot of successful and driven people in many varied fields confess that fate seems
to be against them at the launch of their career. Most of them lived completely
different lives before they achieved success, and they are proud to remember those
times. It was hard, many successful folks say, but nothing could have held them
back as they strove to the best. They also admit that they never dared dream they
would be so famous or successful.
these facts make us wonder whether an apparently pre-established fate can be modified
or completely changed. And if we indeed can change fate, how can we demonstrate
what we're capable of? Could there be a way to modify the data, which composes
the abstract book of life, just as easy as correcting something on a computer?
And if that holds true, how do we know that there wasn't a mistake in the first
place, and our determination does not do more than merely correct it?
thoughts and ideas represent suppositions. Nevertheless, since many different
people offer testimonies that their lives have changed, this increases our confidence
that we can do it too. If we can't control our destiny, we can, at least, contribute
to what's happening to us during our everyday existence.
quickly look at the idea of karma concerning fate and destiny. If we treat others
the right way, if we are always honest and always mind the truth, perjaps bad
fate will go around us, showing us that we can make our own destiny.
the other hand, we cannot help wondering about the converse. What happens to a
person who starts off with a wonderful destiny, but during his or her life commits
a series of unpardonable mistakes. Will that destiny change?
it be true that we actually get the destiny we deserve? People who suffer tremendously
for having lost somebody dear to them or people born with a disease or a handicap
will answer with a resounding no. There are a lot of good people in pain, so the
theory that we get what we deserve is not always accurate. But what if we have
to pay for the errors others committed? Would that make us think deeper before
carrying out something we are not really proud of, fearing that some innocent
person will pay, in the future, for our actions of the present?
is no doubt that opinions are split when it comes to such a subject. However,
meditating on these kinds of themes help us understand ourselves better and, hopefully,
get us closer to appreciating our fate and destiny.
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