Did you ever stop to think of how random it was that you met your Significant Other? Do you think it was simply a random meeting, or was it something part of a greater; a cause bigger than we could ever imagine?
I used to think that it was a marvellous co-incidence, yet I no longer think this way.
I have become of the belief system that there are no co-incidences, and that there are no random meetings. There are places and times that are all aligned to contribute to all of us if we are open to it.
If I think of some of the wonderful people in my life that I have met randomly, you would think I was crazy. How I met them, WHERE I met them, who they knew, and the chance encounter of why it happened were all too, well, I don't even know what word to use that would describe this.
How do you describe the sense of love that you get from someone who totally "gets" you, and is committed to being a friend, lover, spouse, or any other title you can think of. And how would your life be altered if you never met this person, or people who were such a large part of your life?
It's easy to say this about people who have been in your life for long periods of time, but how about people who were in your life for a moment or an instance, but had a profound effect on your life, only to disappear and never be seen or heard from again.
They were all there for a reason and a purpose, and it was all about having an impact on you.
How wonderful is it to think this way, as opposed to thinking that there is no purpose, only random meetings, and chance encounters by freak occurrences.
In fact, whenever I see someone come into my life and touch and move me to inspiration, I think that it can only be the universe opening up to me, and allowing me to be creative and create energy that will move and inspire others. Because without this feeling of fulfillment, life is meaningless. You can have all the money, power and resources in the world, but without a life of contribution where you can add your verse of being to life, it is all empty and meaningless.
And I for one, love the fact that there are no longer freak occurrences, and it serves me better. I love that I have come into other people's lives, just as they have come into my life, and it has always been absolutely perfect in every way.
And that in itself, is beautiful...