The Laws of Life
The term Law of Life came about in 1952 when author Farley Mowat wrote the book People of the deer ( Which I admit I haven't read ). It is a ( universal system of various natural principles ) it's a physical law we all follow. I'm sure every one of us has heard about the Law of Attraction and how it works in our daily lives. Well, there are a few more laws we live by but probably don't know they have a name. Take for instance ...
The Law of Regularity It means that if something happens once it's an accident, if it happens twice it's a coincidence, but if it happens three times it's a regularity.
The Law of Change simply means that if you want to make changes in your present life its up to you to take control of the circumstances you find yourself in or you'll never reach that place where change happens.
We all have our own take on the meaning to life and like most things it doesn't stay the same throughout our lives. It changes as we change and grow as a person.
The Law Of Mirrors means that if you find someone lacking In a certain quality and it bothers or annoys you, probably you can see that same lack of that quality in yourself. I don't like the sound of this one. I'm going to have to pay more attention to how other people make me feel.
The Law of Harmony, we humans as a whole want harmony in our lives and tend to look for it everywhere, but we are never going to find it in the outside world. True harmony comes from within. If we have a good attitude of ourselves and life in general, if we can find self-acceptance then we will find a balance of harmony with our surrounding world and people who live it.
Another law that comes from within is The Law of Thinking our Outer World is the embodiment of our inner thoughts. If you fail at something don't look for a reason for that failure in the world because as of most things you have to look within yourself for the reason.
The Law of Chain Reactions, Everyone has probably been in a situation where this has happened to them. If we let ourselves have negative thoughts that take over how we're thinking, they usually lead to more negative thoughts. We soon develop a habit of worrying, suffering and dreaming. It will become a way of escaping from just dealing with the problems at hand, and never learning the coping skills that will help us solve the initial negative situation. These negative thoughts don't belong in our present or our future. Leave them in the past where they truly belong. Fears you should leave in the past. The fear of making mistakes or failure and while you're leaving things in the past leave procrastination there as well. We all know failure is part of success. Without failure we would never have that learning chance.
The Law of Similarity, Some people believe in chance encounters and fate but the law of similarity says there is no random meetings in our lives. We unconsciously attract people who are just like us to ourselves. Hmm I always thought opposits attract.
The Law of Narrowness, Simply states that you can't have everything you want in like. You would be constantly in need of something. The true story or secret to happiness exists in our ability to be content with what have. Believe in this world, be grateful, and appreciate your life. There is meaning of life in everything around us. Make a promise that you will have respect for yourself and compassion for all those around us.