But the world is enormous big and not fully fathomed. So there are many things which are beyond our comprehension and control. We learn by experience. Though rain is not under our control, we can make ourselves comfortable by using umbrella.
There are many many things which are beyond our control. We are born like that. We cannot say when we will die. But that does not mean that we should be 'fatalists' putting everything on fate and doing nothing from our side. We have to do whatever is possible by us. The Bhagavat Gita teaches us to do our Karma unmindful of the results.
Our ancient texts show how severe penance and sincere hard efforts can bring results. Most of us would have heard about 'Bhageeratha prayatna", how River Ganga was brought to our land, Bharat from the heavens.
To say it in practical sense I use the Shakespearean quote" Pray to God Oh, sailor, but row towards the shore". With sincere and focused efforts and with sincere prayers to the Almighty we can make miracles happen.
Knowledge is power.
Lead the leader
Thoughts exchanged is knowledge gained.
But thinking this if we sit without doing the things no one will come and feed us. We have to do our efforts always and try for succeeding in all the endeavours we take up. Then only we can say we are doing justice to us.
But some people say that anything will happen if you want it to happen and you strongly await the same thing to happen. Probably this saying has come to encourage mankind to work without leaving everything to God. Many times before we start any work we pray God to see that the work will be successful. We will do it with a hope that God will see that we will be successful even though we know whatever has to happen will happen.
K Mohan @ Moga
'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
Even this challenging situation would ease