in our life there are lots of good and bed cases. we often say that what happened was necessarily had to happen. when we are getting married we believe that our husband is our destiny. and many different cases like these. how do you think, we create our owns future or there exist destiny which will come to us no matter what?
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Totally believe Destiny. Though I personally wouldn't call it that.
I imagine life as if it's a massively impressive computer program. With any given situation or function, there are only a set amount of choices one can make. Using ones knowledge and experiences that weren't entirely decided upon by said individual (because this begins at inception, and who remembers their first few years?), the individual will make a decision based on these variables. Therefor I conclude we have the illusion of choice, but we make these choices always based on things that came before. Like I said before, this goes back to the point where we made no thoughtful choices and were being shaped by our environment around us.
So as I see it, everything I do, say and think is a result of everything that came before me in some way or form (whether I can immediately realize it or (MORE LIKELY) not). I'm particularly inclined to make certain decisions whether good or bad and any effort I make to change these decisions are also probably a result dealing with these decisions.
This goes against what most want to believe these days though it seems. And I think I get why, the idea that I have no real control over my life seems scary and sad... but I encountered that thought based on my experiences and I'm a bit stuck in a thought circle.
Maybe it's not just one or the other, but a little bit of both? A lot comes in a destiny like way, but we are given a few choices to make... but a lot relies on luck and randomness. Such as when a situation presents itself where you feel like the choice is 50/50. Then you might flip a coin and go with it that way. You could say it was your choice to flip a coin?
Or maybe Destiny and non-destiny are actually the same thing and we're trying to oversimplify it too much, just confusing the matter and creating a needless argument.1