Tip of the Ice Berg

“The events which we see, and which look like freaks of chance, are only the last steps in long lines of causation. –Alfred North Whitehead.

Why did that happen? How did that happen? We ask ourselves that every day. Whitehead reminds us that it happens because of many things that add up to the events of our lives.

You can choose to exercise control over some of those various things in your life that add up to the outcomes – the events – that look like they happpen by chance but do not. Or you can choose to just let life happen to you. That is your choice.

Do not complain if life happens to you and you do not like what happens. Exercise some influence over your own life. Contemplate it. Plan it. Think it. Do it. Take those steps in long lines of causation into your control – at least those that you can control – and you will have less to complain about in the end.

Wishing you Success and Prosperity,

Daniel R. Murphy

Wishing you well,

Daniel R. Murphy
Educating people for building wealth, adapting to a changing future and personal development.