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Regardless of what happens, it is meant to be

Hello There, VivBounty here to share with you my belief that regardless of what happens, it is meant to be.

Although I have quite a bit of control over my life, I realize that sometimes things just happen. Unexpected things pop up in a day. Unwanted events occur without warning.

I truly believe that all of these occurrences, positive and otherwise, are meant to be.

In challenging times, I remind myself that I still have quite a bit of say in what takes place in my life. I charge forward and do what I can to overcome the challenge and continue to create the life of my dreams.

I try to look at unexpected events as adventures.

I learn something new and change my way of thinking when something unplanned takes place. At those times, I comfort myself with thoughts about how the situation is as it should be.

Today, I intend to renew my efforts to accept whatever happens. “If it happens, then it is meant to be” is my new mantra.

I can provide the reassurance I need to accept the curve balls life throws me. I tell myself that I am okay with fate.

Self-Reflection Questions:

1. Do I believe in fate? Why or why not?

2. Have I depended on fate too much or do I step up to take power over my own life in whatever ways I can?

3. When it is necessary, can I tell myself that something was meant to be and then move on in my life?

Until next time, believe in your divine plan. Know that you are always guided to the fulfillment of your soul’s journey

Prosperous Blessings,

VivBounty

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