The universe conspires

The universe will always conspire to work with us on the things we do that are right. If we do and say the right things, those things should work out.

When we do things for our own gain because we’re greedy or we think we’re entitled, the universe will have its own ideas on whether we’re entitled. When we look back in perspective, it is easy to see how we handled ourselves and whether we could have handled ourselves differently.

There will be times, when we instinctively know how we should have handled ourselves, because the outcome we got wasn’t what we intended or wanted, but that is for us to work out.

When we handle ourselves in a way that gets the best out of others, not only will those others want to reciprocate, but we are silently asking the universe to accept that we are handling ourselves well and asking that what we’re doing will work out.

28 Sep, 2014

6 thoughts on “The universe conspires

  1. Yes, I’ve noticed that when we do the wrong things it always comes back to bite us in the ass. When we do the right things, it may not work out the way we want but it will work out for the good.

    1. Thanks Lisa. Yes this theory is absolutely right because we’re not working in sync with the universe… but it’s not something we often think about or understand.

      We just know and come to accept that some things just don’t work out.

  2. Our relationship with the universe is subtle yet profound. I believe the universe speaks; I believe the universe listens.

    There are many big answers and little knowledge in our discussions about the universe; but I’m convinced that the mind of the universe has dominance and wisdom in the vast scheme of things.

    Lisa’s response pretty much says it all.

    1. Thanks Tim. I think the universe is all of these things too, but we must be encouraged to apply our understanding to the universe and how the universe fits in around our lives.

  3. I’ve spent a lot of years thinking about this and I’m still not decided on what I think!

    I’ve had to struggle with my faith considering all the bad things I’ve seen happen to good people. I’m trying so very hard to change what I believe, but I know it isn’t going to happen overnight.

    1. Thanks Randy. I’ve also seen good people go through what you describe.

      My mum had never been in a hospital until she got ill at the age of 67. We won’t and don’t always know what people carry and what they have to deal with emotionally. Life’s not so straight forward, I wish it were.

      When I look back now at my mother’s life and what happened to her, I completely understand why she wasn’t meant to stay, but of course wish things were different.

      I think when you see that too Randy you will also understand.

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