Thursday, 28 January 2016

UNCERTAIN LIFE

Uncertainty

We are on an uncertain journey through an uncertain life.
At an uncertain time in an uncertain world in an uncertain universe. 
Every plan and scheme, every idea and strategy, arrangement and blueprint is all gone, in the blink of an eye because life gets in the way.

There is no certainty on our journey. So we wonder if we should even attempt to go somewhere, do something, be someone because things may get in our way. Each time something gets in our way, how we deal with it is what makes us stronger. The fact that our journey is difficult sometimes precludes a lot of people from continuing.

The best thing that we have is uncertainty in our journey. Just imagine what it would be like if we had certainty of things? There are people who, this time next week, will be dead. They may step out in front of a car or bus or succumb to some illness. They may lose their job or their source of income. They may be injured or hospitalized or imprisoned. Luckily, nobody really knows if any of that is going to happen with any degree of certainty.  I don’t know, and neither does anyone else. It’s the Uncertainty of that situation that makes it wonderful because if we knew exactly what was going to happen and when, depending upon what it was, we may say ‘well, why bother? In a weeks’ time I will be in hospital, out of work, imprisoned or under a truck’. 

The fact that the future is uncertain means that anything is possible.

So, relax, nothing is under control. You are not alone. You are no longer this poor little me who is facing uncertainty alone. You just thought you were. 

We are all in this together, making our way through this uncertain journey, through an uncertain life. 
At an uncertain time in an uncertain world in an uncertain universe. 

It may surprise you to know that you have always had the power and resources within you to make the right choices in whatever comes your way.

Then again it may not surprise you at all. So don’t be surprised if you wake up one morning and realise that you really are OK, that you always have been, and you always will be.
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