Why generally many events occur in bunches within a short period, instead of being equidistributed?Generally it is noticed that in the real life one important event after another come in succession within a short period or even simultaneously instead of being equidistributed over a period of time. Often there remains a lean period of long duration and then suddenly events or occurrences start taking place one after another. Sometimes on a single day many things happen all of a sudden. Though people are forced to somehow manage the situations, but perhaps it would have been better had the events been equidistributed. Is it an act of providence only?
Do it happens with all individuals?