Why do bad things have to exist? If God is so “good” as they say, then why he allows the bad and the ugly to exist?
These are common questions we all hear all the time.
And have you ever imagined a world without opposites?
It could not exist at all actually.
We need a point of comparison to be able to “measure” things. How would you know if something is cold if there was not hot? Silly example I know I am just trying to make my point here. Continue reading →
Why is it that when somebody dies he or she becomes the best person on the planet?
Why after a love is gone, we realise after a while, that he/she was the “love of our life”?
Why do we have to face loss, in order to find the good aspects of people, places and things?
And you can apply that to practically everything with the exception of abusive people and bad situations. But even in those cases I have seen people who, when an abusive person who made their life a real hell, dies. They begin to find the “good” in them. Sometimes an excess of dependency? An addiction to old beliefs? Whatever… Continue reading →
The more you advance in life, the more you realise that your reality has more to do with yourself than with external elements.
We are taught to avoid selfish attitudes and to pay attention on the opinion of the rest of the world, before considering our own.
You try sometimes to be good to other people, specially your loved ones, but time teaches you that you cannot make them love you, as you love them, you cannot expect them to be as good and loyal to you, as you are to them. You cannot force them to see life as you do, because they have their own view of the world, they have their own needs and they experience a different life with different perspectives and ideas, even if they spend all the time near you. Continue reading →