The idea that there are many people who have it harder than you is pretty bad. I'll tell you the end result of being paralyzed in thinking by corporate livestock.

I think we've all definitely experienced that good things happen after bad things.

Lucky after unlucky spiritual
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I know this is just my experience, but have you ever experienced a mistake, a failure, or a lucky break right after a problem occurs...?

I'm going to talk about my experience today, but I believe it happens to all of us.

It may be a spiritual genre, but if there are too many of them, you may think, "What is this reality?

Oh, I'm just saying that this kind of thing happens.I don't intend to fold in and say, "This is how it is.

I'm not good at that kind of "this is what it's all about" kind of way.

I don't know much about luck or turnaround. And I don't have any particular expertise.

Just, you know, an experience.

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I've experienced that after every bad thing, something good happens.

It's not a big story, but this happened the other day.

There are clothes that I want. I have always wanted clothes in that kind of color.

So I decided to go to my favorite restaurant.

I thought that if it was a store there, they would probably have it. So I went there. It was a bit of a hassle to get there by train, but I really wanted to go.

And when I arrived at the nearest station of the store after a long time, I was so excited to see the store, but to my surprise!

The store was closed. lol

It is quite a shock to find that the store is closed when you took the train all the way out there just for that one store, isn't it? And there are no other stores near that station where you can kill time.

I don't often get depressed about my work or personal life, but this one did! LOL!

I was like, "Seriously?

I thought they were definitely open for business, and I was too unexpected, and I'm a concurrence of too many unexpected happenings.

I couldn't stay at that station forever, so I got on the train again and came back, but I got off at another station on the way. Well, I wanted to buy dinner.

Then another store suddenly popped into my head and I thought, "Maybe they have the clothes I want in that other store." So I went there.

And then, wow! There was an outfit that was very similar to the one I wanted!

And it's a doozy of a color, plus it's cheap!

I'm surprised.

Amazing miracle - lol!

Really, it just happens. I'm sure you have had this kind of experience. I was just wondering.

Of course, if the first store I went to (the one that was closed) had been open, I would have found the clothes and colors I wanted in that store as well.

But as a result, I found the clothes and colors I wanted at the second store I went to.

The price is so reasonable that you can't buy it at the first store you go to.

So, it's the kind of thing where good luck was waiting for you after something bad happened to you.

I know it's a tiny thing, but isn't it impressive?

It's only because the first store was closed that I was able to buy the clothes I wanted. (I could have bought it at the first store, but you never know.)

Store, I'm glad it's closed.............the result.

It's things like this that make me think... I'm amazing! I feel like I'm amazing!


No - I'm sure there is. In your experience reading this.

It's like after a bad luck or unlucky experience, something lucky happens, or something lucky happens because of the unlucky experience!

My Thoughts. Is bad a harbinger of good?

I seriously don't know about luck or anything like that, because I believe that luck and such are self-inflicted.

I understand the spiritual idea of "something about others," but if you go with that idea, you're just going to flirt, aren't you? I can't do that. So everything is my responsibility.

I looked up a proverb that says good things come after bad things, and I came up with "bad luck is like a denouncing rope.

I'm pretty sure this is also Gyutaro's line in Oni no Kiri no Kane. After good things come bad things and after bad things come both! he shouts. The image of that time was so strong that it remains in my memory.

I'm not interested in the law of good after bad, or the omens of good after bad, or anything like that; I'm not interested in that.

The idea that I'm causing all of this to happen feels right to me.

There are many moments when I feel that life is really, you know, littered with obstacles to enjoying life.

But it's so heavy that sometimes it crushes me, but if I think of it as something I'm causing myself to do in order to enjoy life, it means that I'm not dependent on anyone or anything, and that I can truly create.

(I'm sorry for saying "create your life".......)

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