Questions are part of our everyday lives. Often, we find ourselves asking the big question, why about the things we live and those that happen to us.
We use the question why from a very young age. As kids, our parents tried to offer us an answer each time to fulfill our curiosity. The answer complexity is relatively simple at that age. As we grow up and learn about the world around us, we start paying more attention to what happens to us.
This article will discuss a few ways to deal with this question when it keeps buzzing around in our minds. It is not easy, but there is always a way.
Many times the answer to the question of why remains a mystery. Sometimes, mysteries must be left as mysteries and not deciphered.
Our minds will not accept giving up on finding an answer to our questions. As a result, it will try to create scenarios for anything; usually, these scenarios are wrong and take shape only in our imagination and subconscious.
Have you ever thought that what’s happening to you is the best thing that could ever happen to you? It may sound strange to accept such a statement. But most of the time, something good can come out of a bad thing.
If the answer to your question stands in the hand of another person, then you have a chance to receive a response. Yet, some people are unwilling to answer your question, and this might be because of the following reasons:
- Lack of trust – they don’t trust you to understand their behavior, opinion, thinking, or perspective.
- The fear of being misunderstood
- The fear of being judged
The reality we live in is harsh; we have second thoughts and follow our instinct. Whenever we follow our instincts, we must be careful not to hurt those who care about us.
If you need an answer from someone, you could search for one, but if the question is just in your head, leave it as it is and move on.
As humans, it is hard to accept what happened to us. There is no doubt that you have experienced one or more of the following situations:
- The fact that you failed an exam.
- A rejection from a job interview.
- The fact you do not receive insofar as you offer.
- A refusal from the person you love or care about.
- An accident that happens to a person close to you.
- The fact that some things are unrealistic.
- The fact that you failed to start a family, even though you want to.
- The fact that your dreams are far from being fulfilled.
Everything that happens to us has a purpose. There comes a time when we realize the hard times we went through had a meaning, even if we don’t know it at the time.
Life’s cruel reality contributes to the development of human character.
There are some things that we cannot change, and we can only accept them for what they are without asking many questions.
Don’t be afraid to accept the mystery of the question why. Work on your dreams, and keep your mind clear because things are not always as bad as they seem.