In India, they teach the “four laws of spirituality”The first says: the person who arrives is the right person, that is to say that no one arrives in our lives by chance, all the people who surround us, who interact with us, are there for some reason, thing, to make us learn and move forward on each situation.
The second law says: what happens is the only thing that could have happened. Nothing, but nothing, absolutely nothing that happens to us in our lives could have been otherwise. Not even the most insignificant detail. There is no: “if I had done such a thing would have happened such another…”, no. What happened was the only thing that could have happened, and it had to be like that for us to learn that lesson and move on. Each and every situation that happens to us in our lives is perfect, even if our mind and our ego resist and do not want to accept it.
The third says: at any time that begins, it is the right time. Everything starts at the indicated time, neither before nor after. When we’re ready for something new to begin in our lives, that’s when it will begin.
And the fourth and last: when something ends, it ends. Just like that. If something has ended in our lives, it is for our evolution, so it is better to leave it, move on and move forward already enriched with this experience.
I think it is no coincidence that you are reading this, if this text has come into our lives today; it’s because we are ready to understand that no raindrop ever falls in the wrong place.
There comes a time in your life, when you walk away from all the drama and people who believe it, you surround yourself with people who make you laugh.
You forget the bad and focus on the good. You love people who treat you well and you pray for those who don’t.
Life is too short to be anything but happy.
Falling is part of life, getting up again is living.