Sometimes in life we seek answers, but do we always need them? Life, the universe, and God tend to work in mysterious ways. It's easy for us to want to know everything, to feel secure as if there's some plan in motion. However, life likes to play by its own rules and seems to know what may be best for us.
Feeling uncertain is a natural feeling of life. No matter where you are, you will always be a little unsure of everything. Which is totally ok to feel. We grow out of our comfort zones, and passivity breeds mediocrity.
We each share our own version of curiosity and concern. In Buddhism it's taught that it is life's "pains" that is shared amongst everyone, and the negative aspects of life we face make us who we are.
We look up at the sky and ask: "Where am I, What is this, Am I making the right decision?". It's funny how we expect life's council to communicate back with us and have a conversation. I will admit that would be a nice thing to experience, but that's not how it works.
The universe plans the ins and outs of your path way before it is constructed. Just enjoy the ride. I will admit, it is up to us to make the decisions of the path we follow, but it is life that presents us with the opportunities to dictate the outcome it wants.
The Best Answer
Plain and simple: there is no best answer. There is no right, there is no wrong, there just is. We're afraid of choosing a wrong answer because we want the best for ourselves, when in reality there is no wrong answer. What happens happens and will happen because it was meant to be.
Sometimes the best answer is no answer as well. No answer is still an answer. Some of the best things in life are unanswered prayers.
Live your life simply, and with a step at a time. We look so far ahead at the steps that have never happened yet when our feet are right in front of us. Don't expect life to talk back to you, and not necessarily in a harsh way, but because it knows whats best and you're a passenger along for a ride.
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