Transitions are often scary and daunting yet LIFE is moments. You do not wait for things to happen, you create them… And yet every single day, we experience events, situations in life we never thought are possible and as always it never fails to amaze us.
Consider these stuff as your reflection: people you never thought you will meet suddenly appear in front of you; an event happened while at work and wonder why such similar inputs randomly exist on a book you just read or a rare flower you chanced to see while walking down the road and surprisingly made its rare appearance again at a coffee shop. — in a vase on the table, you are seated for a drink with a friend.
Events and trivialities that are unlikely to happen, take place and may make things more ambiguous. I say, just leave it there hanging in your thoughts and imagination, give it a chance to unfold, it will, in time, just be patient!
The twists and turns of every step we take, the similarly and unmistakable signs affirming a serendipity of things, of people, and of events may seem to us just mere COINCIDENCES. But what if these coincidences shall take us to a new world of hope, of peace and of certainty? And if this is so, then what is there to daunt or to baffle about?
All we need is a paradigm shift, a new mindset to set us free and dare to leave our comfort zone and leap to the other side and see what happens next.
Serendipity takes place everywhere at any time. It always takes us to something new and beautiful, exciting yet blissful! Start being aware of your conscious reality at all time and see the difference of what it may bring you…
I cannot wait to revel in the beauty and magic these rare moments may unfold when it occurs. Stay awake when it comes around and experience the thrill it gives to your continuous learning and content.
“Life is full of surprises and serendipity. Being open to unexpected turns in the road is an important part of success. If you try to plan every step, you may miss those wonderful twists and turns. Just find your next adventure-do it well, enjoy it-and then, not now, think about what comes next.”– Condoleeza Rice