Reality, it is the way things exist

Reality, it is the way things exist
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Reality, It Is The Way Things Exist, But there is no such thing as a predictable reality according to an individual’s point of view. Because we just imagine a reality and work towards it

It happens every second. But there is no such thing as a predictable reality according to an individual’s point of view. Because we just imagine a reality and work towards it. Life is just all about imagination. The moment we get up and till the moment we sleep we always speculate the coming second. We always have an idea or a perception kind of thingy about what has to happen the next second. But every person has his own imagination of what next second has to be and would always act towards making it possible. When every different person has a different perception, then we cannot always expect the things to run the way we want. Then there comes the whole point of karma theory or fate or destiny or whatsoever it is. But all such things are out of our control and wasting time and effort on things out of our control is no more than naivety.
We can speculate a moment by keeping the facts in our mind and project a view. And that imagination or so called view might or might not have the probability of working out. Hence the whole point is that no one is actually going to be damn sure of what is going to happen and what reality actually is. Then it is inevitably wastage of time and effort in imagining and working highly towards it.
“The future influences the present just as much as the past— Friedrich Nietzsche.”
I don’t mean that we need not arrange for our own well being in the coming days. But more of the effort and imagination must be only applied on living this second happily. Not speculating future but living present is more important than anything else. I don’t intend to say that there is no reality. Objectively speaking, of course there is a reality. But the point is that we lose our objectivity by thinking only about the future. But with a perverted approach that there is no reality, we can live an objective and productive present wherein we enjoy and relish every single second. We should not just imagine a so-called reality, but we should also live it. A life lived every second to second any minute to minute is the happiest life ever.
“Wherever you are, be there. If you can fully be present now, you’ll know what it means to live”—Steve Goodier.
P.S: Don’t worry if things didn’t happen the way you wanted. If it went as per plans, be happy. If not, understand and move forward. The point is not to be a babe in the woods who’s lost in deep thoughts by thinking about the future 24/7.
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