6 Ramadan 2017: Destiny

What’s meant to be will always find a way – Trisha Yearwood

Before you continue reading, let me set the foundation of this post, we each have a destiny pre-ordained for us in that it includes what will and will not come our way during our lifetimes. If you don’t believe in destiny, this post is not for you.

Definitely one of the most powerful realizations that neutralizes feelings of despair is remembering that we all have a destiny. While we have the freedom to make decisions, the events that befall us are meant to befall us. The events that miss us, are meant to miss us.

No one in the world can expose us to what we are not meant to be exposed to. Similarly, no one in the world can protect us from what we are meant to be exposed to. So what is the best option to take? Just accept it and think about what you can do to reduce the negative effects and boost the positive ones.

You are meant to not be generating an income at this time. However, you are meant to boost your skills for an upcoming opportunity that will provide you with an income you never dreamed of.

You are meant to not have perfect health. However, you are meant to work with it and lean new ways to deal with it that will help others in the future be it in the form of advice or book because you have all the skills to do that.

You are meant to not feel stable in either your job or place of living. However, you are meant to discover a new job and a new place of living because you will be provided with opportunities to be the best that you can be.

Destiny … accept it, deal with it, and keep moving, no need to despair.



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