Reply To: Good people – bad things happening
Written by Kerman on . Posted in
so well… this is something that *must happen* as much as I know and that’s because this is what gives life a meaning. There is not an exact answer, as much as I know, as to *why* things are happening, they just happen. I know that unless you are being a religious person, then there is an answer, at least plus or minus. There are good things, there are bad things and there are neutral thing – they just keep on happening, and I think it happens to everyone! As much as it seems, it doesn’t really matter what is your age, your sex, religion, skin color, nationality or whatever else- it doesn’t matter how much you’re praying or going to church. There are people trying to be their best and there are people, as you said, that are doing less *good, human* things and yet good things are happening to them. in the end, bad things and good things are happening to everyone.
My point is have you ever thought if you would still appreciate the presence of your family and your friends in case nobody ever died? How would you know that you’re going through a *good time* when you’ve never went through a *bad time*? How would you know that you’re happy if you’ve never been sad? I’m pretty sure everyone can realize if thinking a bit more about – what type of a life it would be in case everything, absolutely everything around us would be good and there’s nobody who would ever experience a loss (emotional, financial, physical whatever else). we start appreciating and really feeling the *good things* only after we’ve went through the *bad ones*. And those who went through really bad things appreciate good things much better than those who barely had any bad situations in their lives. Going through a bad thing there’s a probability life prepares you to go through a good thing. I do understand that from where you stand there’s a chance that it sounds great, however this is only because you have experienced in your life, the opposite of it.
That’s pretty much the only way to go through it as you have to come to terms with this. you need to know that there are highs and there are lows and you need to acknowledge them. this happens to everyone in everybody’s lives. The point is that you need to keep on moving forward as the more you will keep on moving, the better chances are that you are going to reach your high. people are coping with these situations in different ways and there are some people who find it hard to cope with all of this, that’s why there are other people who can help, so if you find it all too hard, you might need to talk with such a person. Hopefully this would be any helpful to you.