India, they are taught the "four laws of spirituality":
The first says: "The person who comes is the right person." Nobody comes into our lives by chance. All the people around us, interacting with people, have something to make us learn and advance in every situation.
The second law says: "It was the only thing that could have happened." Nothing, nothing absolutely nothing that happens in our lives could have been otherwise. Even the smallest detail. There is no "if I had done such a thing ..." or "It happened that another ...". No. What happened was all that could have happened, and was to learn the lesson and move on. Each and every one of the situations that happen in our lives are perfect.
The third says: "Every time you start is the right time." It all starts at the right time, neither before nor after. When we are ready to start something new in our lives, is that things happen.
And the fourth and final states: "When something ends, it ends." Just like that. If something ended up in our lives is just for our evolution. So it is best to leave, go ahead and be enriched by the experience.
I think it is no coincidence that they are reading this, if this text comes into our lives today, this is because we are prepared to understand that no snowflake ever falls in the wrong place?
----------- "Knowing is not everything. You need to do. And to do well, no man shall waive the calm and serenity, essential to success, nor disdain cooperation, which is the direct partner of love. "