Beautiful morning light, accompany you to read.
it is said that being alive is a process of experience.
the gains and losses on the road of life are gathered and scattered, but they are all the scenery on the way.
as the old saying goes: everything goes with fate, there is a fixed number.
what do you get? it doesn't matter if you lose. Whether you get together or break up, you are doomed.
it doesn't matter if things go against one's wishes, after all, everything is God's best arrangement.
Let's just do what's right in front of us. Everything you want is on the way, and it will come sooner or later.
everything in the world has long been doomed
Yi Shu once said: "what is lost has never really belonged to you, and there is no need to regret it."
most of the time, the reason why we suffer is that we always want what we want but can't get it.
No one knows that everything in this world has long been doomed.
once, a young man visited the Zen master and complained, "Why is it so painful to live? you can never get what you want."
the Zen master enlightened him: "live in the present and be at ease with fate."
the young man asked, "what is casual fate?"
the Zen master said: "the joys and sorrows follow the fate, and the gains and losses follow the fate."
the young man continued to ask, "do you mean no desire, no extravagant hope and demand?"
the Zen master explained, "how can people live without desire?"
go with fate, let nature take its course, have something to gain, I am happy, there are losses, I am not pessimistic.
gains or losses go with fate. In that case, how can there be trouble? "
think so deeply, don't forget that everything in the world is doomed.
gain is a blessing; loss is a fate.
it is not yours, it will be lost sooner or later, it should be yours, it will come eventually.
sometimes you have to have it in your life, but don't force it all the time.
God has already made plans for all things, and all you can do is to listen to your destiny.
Let bygones be bygones
there is a saying that life is a passer-by, so there is no need to be so persistent.
in this life, life and death are doomed, gains and losses are determined, good things and bad things become a thing of the past.
everything will pass, so what is there to embarrass yourself and be paranoid?
I believe many people have heard the story of "broken retort":
there is a man named Guo Tai. On the road, he saw a man walking with a beautiful clay jar on his back.
but walking, I tripped over a stone and the jar was broken accidentally.
the man walked on without showing regret.
Guo Tai was so confused that he ran up to him and asked him, "such a beautiful clay pot is broken, why don't you react at all?"
the man replied, "the earthen pot is broken, so what's the use of nostalgia?"
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Yes, the fact that the jar is broken is a fait accompli. No matter how remorseful it is, it will only add to the grief.
there is a correct saying in "ten thousand sentences at a time":
"living is after, not before."
Life is only a few decades, if you have been immersed in the pain of loss;
not only the lost will not come back, but also more beautiful will be missed.
Life can't start all over again. Let bygones be bygones.
instead of indulging in unhappiness, it is better to live in the present and cherish what you have.
all those who should come
like what Tagore once said:
"what you suffer today, suffer losses, bear responsibility, bear sin, endure pain, will eventually turn into light and light your way."
Life has a long way to go, and everything will not be plain sailing. When you try hard to get good results, you will inevitably be discouraged.
but after everything, you will find that it is God's best arrangement in retrospect.
what should come, will always be waiting for you not far away.
once upon a time, there was a young man who became a salesman after repeated setbacks in his business.
once, he worked hard to sell notebooks on the street, but no one was interested, so he couldn't help squatting on the street with a sad face.
this scene was seen by a businessman. With pity, he came forward and bought all his notebooks.
the young man was overjoyed and grateful to the businessman. after chatting, he told the businessman about his experience.
the businessman said to him carefully, "Don't be discouraged. Success can't be achieved overnight, and seeds can't blossom in one day.
believe in yourself. What you want will come one day."
the young man was encouraged by this and devoted himself to his work.
sure enough, with his enthusiasm and hard work, his position rose step by step.
A few years later, he became a little-known salesman.
as the saying goes, every man has his own destiny, and there is no need to envy what others have.
everyone has their own fate, and every step in life will not be wasted.
what you want may not be available for the time being, but one day it will come to you in a better way.
as the old saying goes, it is always yours, and there is no hurry.
what belongs to you is always there, and it will always come when it is time to come.