Wrong is right?
I am a firm believer that things happen the way they are supposed to. That does not mean that I don't believe in free will, I do. We can control our fate, make our own decisions, do our own thing, but if you are open to the guidance of the universe or God or whatever you want to call it, it will guide you to the best path. For example, I have wanted to be a teacher for a very long time but I resisted it. Once I gave into I got into a teaching program, found a job fairly quickly, discovered something that I really like doing, and people I really enjoy working with. I also managed to buy the coolest car ever and a house. I absolutely believe this was the way things were supposed to be. I had the opportunity to possibly travel to Europe this summer. It presented itself and I was excited about it, even though it would be a bit tricky to pull off. I didn't get it, and while I'm a little bummed, I think that will actually be for the best. So I'm okay with that.
There are however, a couple of things I have been avoiding doing for quite a while now. I have a habit of doing that when I don't want to deal with something. I think it is now finally time to deal with these things. I hate it. It gives me lots and lots of anxiety to do it, but I have to. So wish me luck and let's hope that things will work out the way I think they will.