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Life’s Plan

There’s our plan and then there’s life’s plan and more often than not its life’s plan that takes precedence over ours, but fear not because life’s plan usually works out much better than ours.

Not very much goes as planned in life, but it all occurs the way that it does and when this can be accepted, all is occurring as planned, it just may not be your plan. Even though what’s happening may not be the way one plans it to be, it’s life’s plan and not much else really matters. What happened yesterday? Did the day go as expected? Did the story that was thought to be needed go as it was laid out? Most likely it didn’t, as a matter of fact on most days what’s planned doesn’t fall in line with what’s expected, so one’s story is constantly being edited by the greatest editor of all; life.

Everyone has a choice to do as they please, whatever that may be and regardless if this is considered good, bad, or indifferent it all happens under the direction of life’s plan or it wouldn’t happen. I not insinuating that what happens is suppose to happen, or that there’s some master plan that’s in place, but what I am saying is everything that happens, happens, and as soon as it happens it becomes a part of life’s plan or it wouldn’t happen. People will hurt other people because of what’s in place and people will love others if that’s the conditioning in place, but it’s all to be considered a part of life’s plan because it’s occurring.

There’s no story attached to this, it’s more so about just being with what occurs, good, bad, or indifferent. What happens doesn’t have to be liked, or it can be liked, but either way it doesn’t change what occurs, and if it occurred it’s because of the conditioning in place that allows it. This doesn’t mean the plan in place is going to provide love, but it’s the one that’s in place and when it can be accepted, it’s because it can be seen for what it is; that what’s occurring is planned, regardless if it’s labeled as being good, bad, or indifferent. 


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