The Insight For Today

“Well lets see what art form the universe will turn this situation into ” my friend said on Facebook today. He was having trouble with a friend and was at the risk of losing a friend. So he left his anger and problems to the decision of the universe. I said to him (this is the extract from the actual conversation) : “Universe huh? When you die, every speck of dust that is you, is returned to the universe and becomes a part of the soil we’re on. Did it ever occur to you that you are a part of the universe? So hence, while “living” so to speak, you get the right to choices that comprise the universe. Think of yourself as a fragment of dust.. which everyone is, really. Now when that dust comes to life your body is formed. You then gain intelligence and rationality… The universe has a tiny part of you in it. Since the dust makes you and you make the universe, you have a voice (literally). You have choices. You can choose what you want to do or how you wish to categorize something. Hence this incident isn’t up to the universe to make right but you. And why? Cause through out your living and being, you’ve made decisions. So why should the universe decide what to do with the situation that You created? The universe makes you and you create obstacles. Or they just happen. Either way, you are responsible for it as long as it’s in your path. The end of that path is light – It’s like an eclipse”

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About itellthestory

Pen. Paper. Inspiration.

6 responses to “The Insight For Today”

  1. Victoria C. Slotto says :

    Such an insightful reflection. It help me to meditate on this–puts everything into persepctive.

  2. Sharvil talwar says :

    Beautifully written :)

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    • itellthestory says :

      My apologies for not having written back to you earlier. I started this blog at 16 and didn’t quite get in touch with it thereafter. I indend to do so now. Thank-you so much for the motivation and appreciation of my work!

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