So I had the greatest lesson in what happens, happens perfectly, no matter how you think it should or shouldn’t be.
I was in the airport “trying” to get to ND to do a presentation for a business on BodyTalk and wellness. And there were about 10 things that could have been different, and if any one of them were different, I would have made it to ND. But none of them did, so I never made it to ND.
I would guess that this is the way everything is, we just don’t always notice how the little things could have been different, but were not.
- I forgot one of my bags on the way to the airport.
- I left 10 minutes later than I planned
- The car I was going to take someone else needed so we had to take their car and we needed to stop and put in gas
- I went to look how long the line was for security to reenter if I left to go get my bag that someone was brining me to the airport and one of the TSA guards on a power trip saw that I did not leave but made me leave anyway.
- The person bringing my bag was at the airport in plenty of time, but got lost in the last 5 minutes and made it 20 minutes.
- I thought about calling to get my bag before I went through security, but waited until after I got through to call
- The plane we caught had two people who needed a wheel chair to get off the plane and we could not board until they were off, and we waited like 20 minutes to finally get two wheelchairs to get them off so we could board.
- Lightening struck and caused us to be number 36 in line for takeoff at the airport.
- The plane was late in landing that we were taking to Denver due to weather where it was taking off.
- Ok, so maybe there was only 9 – actually, I even looked into buying a whole new ticket on another airline, and there was not a single flight or combination of flights that would have gotten me to ND in time. I would have had to actually hire a private jet to get there in time.
But I think you see my point. If anyone of these things would have happened, I would have probably made it to ND on time. But they didn’t, and so I didn’t make it to ND. Which is why it was meant for me to not make it to ND.
And I would guess that everywhere in life, it is full of little things like this. That if anyone of them would have been different, your life would have been entirely different. But they didn’t, so your life is perfect the way it unfolds every time.