Why do we always think we need to have a reason for the difficulties that come our way?
Why do we even think there is one in the first place?
I am not a proponent for “Everything happens for a reason.” If that were so, then we’d all be at peace about every difficult thing that came our way because would KNOW the reason.
Instead, it’s my philosophy that we should be more concerned about the “Who”, rather than the “Why”.
The “Who” is God. He is the one we should be moving towards. He is the one that offers solace, peace, and refuge.
“Reason” doesn’t. “Reason” only diverts our attention.
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