Words Of Inspiration (#145)

As we grow, we tend to accept certain phenomenon for the way they are. Its all part of the growing process. Things we failed to understand when we were young make better sense as we grow. Even at the age we are in, certain things still don’t make sense to us, its not our cup of tea to deal with yet. Eventually at the right age, everything will pan out as its supposed to.

For now, its advisable we stick to the basics we know and rather than searching beyond our set parameter, dwell within the boundary set and make the best out of it. Its ok to be daring but know how to control your limits. Everyone has limits, its what separates sanity from insanity. Its what differentiates logic from absurdity or abnormality.

The phenomenons of the world are infinitely diverse and are structured in the sense that at each stage of our life, we are bound to find answers or explanations to events of the yesteryears. Its like a maize with doors. Each door is a question and behind each door is an answer, which might not be necessarily to that doors question.

All I’m saying here is that, its ok to get confused or puzzled in life sometimes. The answers you may be looking for may not pop up immediately, but as you progress, you will soon realize that the answers are all connected, irrespective of the order in which they come.

I’d love to leave you with a bible quote which in this context summarizes all I’ve said.

“Therefore do not worry about tomorrow, for tomorrow will worry about itself. Each day has enough trouble of its own.” (Matthew 6:34)

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