Leadership, Mind, Self Development, Self Esteem, Self Improvement

An Accident Is A Failure To Recognize The Hand Of Fate

There was no such thing as an accident, only a failure to recognize the hand of fate. We should resist that urge it to blame it on anybody. It is the result of our own actions. Risk-taking is a vital component of any conception of progress. It happens. That’s what everyone says.

Don’t just think about what you missed! Don’t continue to dwell on your past mistakes. You shall also miss something in life, consciously or unconsciously! You shall never be able to do all things excellently in life though you must try too! Move your thought! Move your body! These are the things that come naturally to us and are necessary to our existence.

Accidents happen all the time. Everyone makes mistakes, even if some are worse than others. Life is a gamble. Same with fighters: some die, some get hurt, some move on. Just don’t let yourself believe it will happen to you. It always happens and always will. But the failures are swept back into the pile and forgotten. The things that last are the good things. The people who forge ahead and do something, they really count.

It could be due to car accidents, friendly fire, drug overdoses. Accidents happen even if you do not expect them. Just like what happened to me last Saturday, I broke my arm after having quality time with my family and kids. I really did not anticipate that incident to happen. What I am grateful for is that I am one of those few who doesn’t consider a minor setback as a hurdle to complete tasks.

Some people said that it’s because I am strong-willed. My mindset allows me to function despite my minor disability. I admit that my arm still hurts right now but it is just 1% of the other parts of my body that are functional. I have this so-called sunshine attitude. When something doesn’ turn out how I want it to be, I never allowed myself to be affected. I’ll find other alternatives to make it work out. My appreciation that my fall was not that intense brings joy to my whole system. Why? Because I was able to survive and still able to work, unlike other people.

My left arm might be broken but my brain is still very functional. Anything that I put my mind into will be realized no matter what. That’s how positive I am. Apparently, accidents do happen even if we are very careful because we failed to see our fate in that very instant.

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