You’re a good person, aren’t you? Then why doesn’t everything always go your way?
If people are good, they’re supposed to be rewarded. And bad people are supposed to be punished. Right?
So, why do bad things happen to good people… like you? And on the flip side, why do good things happen to bad people?
People usually attempt to address these questions from a religious or philosophical perspective. Maybe we’re all bad people to begin with. Or maybe there are things in life we’re never meant to understand.
Or maybe our point of view is so limited we can’t see the forest for the trees.
In this week’s video I discuss these eternal questions from a spiritual perspective.
In my humble experience I’ve found that it’s impossible to understand life when you consider only the third-dimensional, five-sensory point of view.
To get closer to real meaning, we need to reach beyond the veil into the non-physical realms. That’s where the real answers are waiting for us.
For me the relevant underlying question is this: Why do things happen? Forget about the good and the bad. Why do we experience the things we do?
When you look at life, especially your own life, from the perspective of your higher self, what at first appears to be unfair and confusing starts making more sense.
Being human is challenging, but the journey becomes much easier when you learn to see things from your own, higher point of view.
The truth is life is happening for you, not to you. Life is not a series of problems to be fought off or defended against. It’s unfolding for your benefit.
Life is meant to be en-joyed. And it is my sincere desire that today’s video helps you along that path of choosing joy because you understand better how life works.