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whats deos eveything happens for a reason mean?
- PrasadLv 77 years agoFavorite Answer
All events are purposeful.
Everything happens for a reason, so there is no such thing as failure. Mary-Kate Olsen
People like to say "everything happens for a reason." If you repeat that in your head long enough that starts to sound like "anything can happen with a razor." Laura Kightlinger
I believe that everything happens for a reason, but I think it's important to seek out that reason - that's how we learn. Drew Barrymore
The dynamic force of the play is karma, important concept of Indian thought. Karma means "action". It is the active principle of the play, the total universe in action, where everything is dynamically connected with everything else.
Causa est omnibus in Latin means 'there is a
reason for everything. Similar meaning is given by
the phrases "as you sow so shall you reap", "what
goes around comes around", and "sow the wind; reap
Leucippus, the founder of the atomic theory,
declared in his only surviving statement, "Nothing
occurs at random, but everything happens for a
reason and by necessity". It is known as
Leucippus’ principle of causality.
"Everything happens for a reason. Every action has
a reaction. Always remember that whats meant to be
will always find a way to come about."
The second law of thermodynamics is that for every
action there is an equal and opposite reaction. On
the universal scale, this is the law of karma. The
law of karma basically states that every action
has a reaction and whatever you do to others will
later return to you. Furthermore, ignorance of the
law is no excuse. We are still accountable for
everything we do, regardless of whether we
understand it or not.
According to Vedic literature, karma is the law of
cause and effect. For every action there is a
cause as well as a reaction. Karma is produced by
performing fruitive activities for bodily or
mental development. One may perform pious
activities that will produce good reactions or
good karma for future enjoyment. Or one may
perform selfish or what some call sinful
activities that produce bad karma and future
suffering. This follows a person wherever he or
she goes in this life or future lives. Such karma,
as well as the type of consciousness a person
develops, establishes reactions that one must
The "Unification Theory" is built on the fundamental knowledge of physics, the oneness and interrelationship and nature: ecologically, individually and the whole world. The knowledge of this system and its dynamic capacity to survive, grow and transform in relation to the other dynamic systems is most profound. The theory encompasses all living and non-living systems that exist, which parallels the particle and wave duality and its coexistence within the whole universal system of operation. Countless mathematicians, physicists, philosophers and religious thinkers have attempted throughout the ages to find the one thing that can tie all things together.
- NelsonLv 77 years ago
We live in a world where things happen in logical, rational order rather than random, pure chance.