Everything that happens, happens for a reason

Einstein demonstrated that time is a relative concept, an illusion of the five senses. Time can be defined as the distance between cause and effect. It is the separation between action and reaction. Consequently, time wreaks havoc in our lives. It creates the illusion of chaos, when in reality; there is a concealed order hiding within the shadows of chaos.

Our five senses prevent us from seeing through the illusion of time. The past appears to be gone and the future is not yet here. In reality, the past and present are always with us. It is merely a limitation of our senses that prevents us from perceiving yesterday, today!

The illusion of time creates a distance between cause and effect. This distance prevents us from perceiving the interconnectedness between the events that transpire in our lives. In other words, we might have planted a seed some 30 years ago. Then suddenly, when it sprouts, we no longer have a recollection of the seed. It’s long forgotten somewhere in the past. Consequently, the "tree" appears ‘unexpectedly,’ out of nowhere.

Put another way, nothing in our lives happens by coincidence or by chance. Everything that happens, happens for a reason.

There is always a concealed cause and seed behind every event that occurs. No matter how accidental or random it may appear to be, it’s not. The cause is buried somewhere in the past.

Our thoughts create our ‘future’

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One thought on “Everything that happens, happens for a reason

  1. David

    Time… is also, "that which stops everything from happening all at once".
     
    Loved the time I have spent here.
     
    Anothing great Einsteinianism…
    If you cannot explain something to a 6-year old you really don’t understand it yourself.

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