Hello there! I assume you are in the right place following the path you always dreamed of. That’s between you and your dream. It remains to be seen. Anyway, Who are you? Who am I? What are all these people wandering, living, fighting, and dying for? Who are they? Do you know them? They are everywhere! You see them when you walk, eat, sleep, bla-fucking-bah. I might know them, Do I? Fuck no, because I am one of them. “They,” who?
The question of who “they” really are is a complex and philosophical that has puzzled thinkers for centuries. Ultimately, it’s up to each individual to define their understanding of what it means to be human and what drives us to be them. You’re probably thinking, is this all even real? Well enough with the questions; I don’t want to rack up your brain in a fucked up serenity. Tighten your seatbelt; I am about to take you on a journey. If you can’t handle a view from a different perspective, then get the fuck out of here. I don’t give a shit. I have become a cold heart stoned piece of nini banini.
It’s currently 4 am as I am writing this, but why am I doing this? Who gives a fuck that I am doing this? Nobody? Nah, someone or something does, which is why I am writing this. Because someone out there needs to know they’re not alone and need to understand it. What is that something? That my friend is called Destiny. YUP, Destiny. Are you getting this? Does this make sense? If you said no, then you shouldn’t be reading this. Well, it’s because it was destined for you. What if I say this has something to do with you? What if we all are connected like different branches of a tree? It’s because we all are; hear me out, keep reading let me explain.
As for who you are, that is a question only you can answer. We are all unique individuals with experiences, thoughts, emotions, and feelings. Do you think you are powerless, or do your actions not affect anything? Believe me, when I say you are the rare and most unique person in this universe, you don’t realize how important your existence is. Each person is an incredible rarity, as not everyone who could have existed actually does. Consider the sheer odds of your presence: hundreds of millions of sperm raced for the egg, and you were the one who made it. You are 1 in at least 50-100 million. And that’s just the beginning. The odds of your parents existing and finding each other and their parents and so on make your existence almost impossible. The likelihood of these events occurring is minuscule, making your presence truly fucking remarkable. If one loses sight of their passion, they should not give up on life, as they can still find something new to love and strive for. We should keep living and strive to achieve, even without any clear purpose in life. Your small actions have a star-dying effect. You have so much impact on not only your own life but the lives of everyone around you.
Our actions in this world can have effects elsewhere in the universe, although the extent of those effects may be challenging to determine. This concept is based on the principle of interconnectedness, which suggests that everything in the universe is somehow connected and affects each other. So, our actions can ripple effects on the universe and influence events in ways we may not fully understand or perceive. For example, a small act of kindness towards someone may inspire them to do something positive for others, creating a chain reaction of positivity that spreads far and wide. Similarly, a negative action may have a domino effect, causing harm and negativity to spread. The extent and reach of these effects may be difficult to measure or comprehend, but the idea is that our actions matter and can have far-reaching consequences and influence each other in various ways.
Haha, don’t get bumped up, broskis. One possible fucked up concept related to destiny is the idea of a predetermined fate that is not only inevitable but also inescapable. In this scenario, individuals are powerless to change the course of their lives, as every decision and action they take has already been predetermined. This concept raises difficult questions about the nature of free will and choice’s role in our lives. It also suggests a bleak and fatalistic view of the world where individuals are mere pawns in a giant cosmic game, with no hope for agency or control over their destinies.
In Hinduism, destiny is often described as the concept of karma. Karma refers to the idea that our actions and deeds have consequences that affect our present and future lives. The law of karma suggests that every action we take, whether good or bad, creates a corresponding effect that determines our future experiences. Good actions lead to positive outcomes, while bad actions lead to negative outcomes. These effects can manifest in our current or future lives, depending on the nature and extent of our actions.
Sure thing, nothing new. We all know what karma is and how it works, but… how, without the ability to determine good or bad, do we know about good or bad deeds? It’s a fascinating and almost jaw-dropping question that challenges our understanding of the universe and our place within it. This verse has been described in Vedas so well. Man, I love my religion. It has everything I need, every possible answer; I suggest you all peek into Hinduism scripts. You are going to fall in love with every single one.
According to Hinduism, each human being is believed to have an inner conscience or intuition that guides them toward making choices that align with their dharma or moral duty. This inner conscience is believed to be connected to the divine consciousness and can help individuals distinguish between right and wrong. In addition, Hinduism offers a moral framework that guides how to live a virtuous life and accumulates good karma. This framework includes following the principles of Ahimsa (non-violence), Satya (truthfulness), Asteya (non-stealing), Brahmacharya (celibacy or control over senses), and Aparigraha (non-possession or non-attachment).
While it is true that human beings may not always have a clear understanding of what actions are good or bad, Hinduism offers a set of moral principles and an inner conscience to help navigate individuals’ ethical dilemmas and make choices that are aligned with their dharma. Hinduism views humans as spiritual beings on a journey toward self-realization and liberation from the cycle of birth and rebirth. By living a virtuous life and following the principles of dharma, individuals can accumulate good karma and progress toward their ultimate goal.
So far, so good, but why the fuck do some people who don’t do anything wrong in life still get fucked by karma?
The concept of karma in Hinduism is often described as the law of cause and effect. Whether good or bad, every action we take creates a corresponding effect that determines our present and future experiences. However, the effect of our actions may not always be immediate or obvious. It is also important to note that karma is not a punishment or reward system but a natural law governing the universe. In this sense, it is not possible to say that karma is “fucking up” someone who has done nothing wrong.
A person may experience negative consequences even if they have not done anything wrong due to the cumulative effects of their past actions or the actions of others. This idea is a matter of philosophical and spiritual debate. Some believe in karma or fate, which suggests that past actions can affect one’s present and future circumstances. Others may feel that life is purely determined by chance and that our actions have no inherent order or consequence. Ultimately, what is true depends on one’s beliefs and worldview. Additionally, the concept of karma considers the idea of collective karma, which suggests that our actions can impact the karma of the larger community or society.
Everything we do or the people we hang out with can affect our future now or later. The concept of karma is complex and multifaceted, and many factors may be at play in determining why certain events or experiences occur in our lives. It is essential to approach the concept of karma with a sense of humility and a recognition of the limitations of our understanding.
Oh shit, I forgot about one of the most important things, “Dream.” What is a dream? What if dreams are not just imagination but a force that can shape destiny? How does their interplay influence life’s trajectory?
Dreams are an integral part of our human experience. They manifest our unconscious mind, reflecting our hopes, fears, and desires. They can inspire us, frighten us, or intrigue us. Psychologists, spiritualists, and scientists have studied dreams for centuries, yet their true nature remains a mystery. Some people believe that dreams are a window into the soul, a way to connect with the universe and receive guidance from a higher power. Others see dreams as nothing more than a random firing of neurons in the brain, devoid of any real meaning or significance.
Regardless of one’s beliefs about the nature of dreams, it’s clear that they hold powerful sway over our lives. Dreams can motivate us to pursue our passions, overcome our fears, and strive for greatness. They can also reveal our deepest insecurities, darkest fears, and profound desires.
But what is the relationship between dreams and destiny? Can our dreams influence the course of our lives? And if so, how do we know which dreams to follow and which to ignore?
These questions have puzzled humanity for centuries, yet there is no simple answer. Some beliefs on destiny and dreams can be seen as closely relatable concepts, like brothers and sisters who share a deep bond. In contrast, destiny represents our ultimate purpose and the path we are meant to follow. Dreams are the vehicles that allow us to move towards that purpose, representing our deepest desires and aspirations.
Perhaps the truth lies somewhere in between. Our dreams manifest both our destiny and free will, a way for us to navigate the complex web of karma that binds us together. Whatever the case may be, it’s clear that our dreams can inspire us, challenge us, and guide us toward our ultimate destiny. In essence, destiny and dreams are two sides of the same coin. They are intimately connected and interdependent, essential for creating a life aligned with our highest purpose and tremendous potential.
We lose track sometimes, and our mind starts seeing a negative aspect. People lose their dreams or desires, particularly in the face of trauma or loss. And they think they can’t do anything. YOU fucking can! Sometimes, it can be a challenging experience that can leave us feeling lost and needing direction. It is not uncommon for people to lose their dreams or desires in the wake of such a loss, as they may struggle to find meaning and motivation again in life.
It’s important to remember that everyone processes loss differently, and there is no “right” way to grieve. Working through the pain and finding a sense of purpose can take time and patience. It may be helpful for those who are struggling to take time to reflect on what truly matters to them and to explore new avenues for growth and fulfillment.
Ultimately, dreams can evolve and change over time, and it’s okay to adapt and shift focus as needed. With support and self-care, it’s possible to find renewed motivation and purpose in life, even under challenging circumstances.
My fellow readers! You’ve made it to the end; congratulations! But wait, we can only end things here with a proper conclusion, right? That’s just like reading a book without a satisfying ending. So, let’s wrap this up with something more exciting than a boring old conclusion. When considering destiny, it’s important to consider free will’s role. While destiny may suggest a predetermined path, we still have the power to make choices and decisions that can alter that path. Our actions and choices can align with our destiny or take us in a completely different direction. It’s up to us to use our free will to make choices that will bring us closer to our destiny or to choose a different path altogether. It’s the combination of our destiny and free will that shapes the course of our lives. Destiny, free will, and dreams are interconnected concepts shaping our lives and world. While we may not have control over certain aspects of our lives, we do have the power to shape our destinies through our choices and actions in our everyday lives.
Dreams are powerful motivator that inspires us to pursue our passions and fulfill our deepest desires. They allow us to envision a future full of possibilities and encourage us to take bold steps toward making our dreams a reality. We are all unique and special in our own way, with the potential to achieve greatness and positively impact the world around us. Despite our challenges and obstacles, we possess an inherent power to shape our destinies and live a life filled with purpose and fulfillment.
So go forth, dear reader, and never forget the power that lies within you. You can achieve anything you set your mind to, and your destiny is yours. Follow your dreams, exercise your free will, and create a life that is truly your own.
“The universe is not outside of you. Look inside yourself; everything that you want, you already are.”Rumi.
“In the same way that the sun is alone but still shines bright, remember that you, too, have the power to shine and make a difference in this world. Your destiny is not determined by the circumstances around you but rather by the choices you make and the actions you take. So go forth and shine, my friend, for you are a powerful force in this universe.” The universe is waiting for you to shine.
Before I wrap up, thank Hope Ray for helping me edit this blog post. Your keen eye and insightful feedback have taken this piece to the next level.
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