By grace of God or act of science, nothing in this world is random. The laws of physics, chemistry, and biology teach us that energies flow high to low or that emotions are based on molecular triggers in our brains. I’m not one to preach, but I’m pretty sure that they say that God has a plan for us—all of us. The series of events that plague or propel our lives are outlined, and our reactions to those events constantly recalculate our futures. Life is not based on a predetermined fate that we cannot change. It is a malleable destiny; it is how we confront these events that redefine our paths. There is no accident; some call the “Big Bang Theory” an accident. This idea that all of the right atomic structures came together with a giant spark and started it all. That was no accident. The same way that people walk into your life—namely the forces of physics that brought him or her to you and the electrical pulses that may or may not have fired as a result of his or her presence. Those in that moment play even some small role in your life plan. We are the series of falling dominoes, and where our next piece will land is entirely important to where our next one will fall.
By grace of God or act of science, nothing in this world is random. There are no accidents. Every person, every element, every atom serves a purpose. We just need to finally step up and learn from it.