Changing the unexpected to the expected

I think the best thing that life does to you is when it throws some amazing things your way when you least expect it but when you need it the most and you don’t even realise your need for it. But that’s the fun part, then comes the difficulties of keeping this amazing thing with you for the rest of your life. That’s when you start planning and figuring out ways to make this work. I feel like in the process of planning and figuring it out how to make this work, we lose its charm and the excitement of what it originally was. We try to change the unexpected to the expected and that’s when things become monotonous and messy and something we don’t want anymore. The problem is, how do you make your brain that’s been trained to plan things and be logical all the time, to stop and just let things be, without the fear of it going wrong taking over us.


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