The Truth About What is Fated in Life
“Life calls the tune, we dance.”
Routinely, success has a lot to do with your resourcefulness in how you respond to what is fated in life.
Don’t believe in fate? After reviewing many of the circumstances in your life that you can’t control, you may reconsider.
Due to long-term observation of the circumstances in many people’s lives, along with simultaneous predictive analysis, I believe I’m in a position to offer an educated viewpoint on the topic of fate.
My long-term findings show that the general inclination of your future is fated, along with many of the core particulars. The overall framework of life circumstances involving money, love life, family, partnerships, career, and much more is fated in life.
What’s that you say? People can choose a much better life if they want? Only to a point, no matter how many inspirational books they read. But what they can do is respond as constructively as possible to that which they can’t change. There’s nothing limiting about embracing the notion of personal fate.
Considering all the various ways people “choose” to behave, when you identify distinct patterns in the comprehensive charts time and time again symbolizing that “chosen” behavior, you realize it’s not choice, but fate.
Please note: my philosophy is that you should always assertively work toward your goals and that fate usually necessitates that you do so. Consider personal fate and free will partners. However, fate (rewarding or challenging) does show up at your doorstep without warning, at times.
Understanding which situation you’re in—just leaving, about to encounter, or currently encountering problems—allows you to take appropriate action. Dialing in to the specifics and timing of your personal fate allows you to minimize your overall risk and maximize the rewards, no matter what is fated in your life.
Copyright © 2013 Scott Petullo