Destiny: Creating Our Own
Sometimes reaching a fork in the road isn’t a fork , it’s just two paths one will take at different stages in life,a preview of things to come,the one fork may be a situation that needs to be resolved before our true destiny or life purpose, can come to pass.
There are many reasons why the path we would like to choose seems to be closed to us. No matter what we try, the less inviting course seems to be the only available path to take.
Perhaps one of the partners in our life experience isn’t ready, they are working on their own karma, or just haven’t progressed far enough along life’s path to be ready to participate in the journey.Maybe one needs to settle other karma or life challenges before the most desired path can be followed.
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Sometimes we make so called stupid choices early in life that adversely affect our lives for many years. They are not stupid choices, there are no mistakes in life, the choices we make enable us to learn and grow, thus evolving into a soul that can more fully understand the workings of nature and nature’s God.
Although we create our destiny, there seems to be certain circumstances arise that are inevitable, it is how we react to these situations that determine how we live and the path we follow. Once we move beyond these situations, our life improves and one no longer has to deal with that particular event, thus by dealing with it, we are creating our destiny.
Should someone else pay for our so-called mistakes? No, but each individual has to understand they are partaking in the life experiences of their choosing, if not on a conscious level, then on some sub-conscious level that might be unknown even to themselves. Part of evolving in consciousness is understanding this and being able to tap into that “unknowingness” thus enabling one to understand the knowledge that can be gained from such so-called negative experiences.
Our thought and words have consequences, the things we say and do each day manifest destiny and affect not only ourselves but our future as well as the lives of those around us. Often times the results aren’t immediate, but come about many years later, when we least expect it.
Thus, the fork in the road is a preview of things to come, things unseen by us at the time.
His travels have taken him to most of the United States, as well as Australia, Belize, Egypt and the Canary Islands.
He has studied the Mayan culture of Central America as well as the aborigines of Australia. Photography has given him the opportunity to observe life in various parts of the world.
He has published several books about his adventures.
For more information, please consult his website,www.journeysthrulife.com.
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