Before, I used to believe that everything happens for a reason. Just one. But now, I came to realize that things, they don't just happen for just one reason. There are many, different reasons why they all happen. It's amazing to know and realize that, isn't it? Well, it's pretty amazing for me anyway. Why? Because along the way, you can see yourself morphing -- Becoming a person that is able to have a better understanding about yourself and about others, and I believe that this is such a great thing. Being capable to accept how people think, how they react on different kinds of situation, how they see things, how they feel.. makes you or gives you the capacity on seeing yourself on how you deal with all of it as well. And you also learn that it is possible to have no regrets in life because of the decisions you make. It is then by understanding that though we make mistakes, these mistakes can be lessons learned. And I do believe that constant learning about life is what makes us human. It is what makes us alive. So, though it may hurt (often times), we should be thankful why things happen the way they happen.
Let me end up this blog with one of the verses in the bible which is also significant on what I'm pointing out here. I actually came across this in my bible when there was this one night, a couple of weeks ago, that I couldn't get to sleep and it's like 4 o'clock in the morning already -- "For your heart will always be where your riches are." Matthew 6.21. I can say that this is linked to the realization about accepting different people in our lives. If we have the heart that is ready to accept anyone or anything, a heart that doesn't judge, a heart that is willing to embrace change, then we learn how to be happy and contented. And I believe that it is also true that when you have the heart such as this, people will always remember who you are and what they have become having you in their lives as well. So, let's make our hearts rich. Rich in kindness, rich in faith, rich in love.