Everything Happens For A Reason: Coincidences Don’t Exist
Have you ever thought of a person you haven’t seen for a long time, and all of a sudden they show up in front of you on the street?
You would immediately think ‘what a coincidence it was’, when, in fact, behind the veil of ‘reality’ operates a secret cosmic organization in charge of creating ‘accidents’. This is the ‘Cosmic Center For Coincidences Management’.
The universe always finds opportunities to associate with the people we are supposed to be with and bring them into situations where we get the best results possible.
This may seem strange to many, but sometimes we do not recognize in our search for the “perfect” the “imperfect” that suits us perfectly. This is true for lovers, friends, jobs, opportunities … everything.
When people pray, they usually ask God to show them the right way or to point them out. Guess what? There are no accidents and accidents.
Open your eyes because these are the signs you have been waiting for so long. There is no coincidence in the universe.
Call it God, the Creator, the universe, the source, the energy … call it what you want – it does not change the fact that everything that happened and will happen was deliberately planned and created.
In this way, the Creator can show his presence without actually appearing before us. The fact that it is subtle and difficult to notice does not mean that it is not one. We just have to learn to read the signs. The universe always shows us the way to go.
Whenever you want to reach a goal, remember that God already knows all your thoughts and intentions and knows what is best for you.
I would like to say that you should not feel desperate if nothing goes as planned, it is probably for your greater good. There is a master plan that will certainly surpass all your plans, even the most perfect ones.
The most important thing is to have faith. Never stop working on yourself, but do not do it if it does not work. Trust the universe It contains all the best surprises for you.
Source: conscious memory