People often say things like: "I wonder why I was born in this family," "I wonder why I look this way," "I wonder I'm experiencing this," "I wonder why I met this person," "I wonder why this happened to me." They keep wondering about why they are where they are, why this and why that. They wonder so much about these things that they forget to live.
If you are in a situation you don't like or if you've had some experiences that are not good, there's really no point wondering why you're in that situation or why you were born in a certain environment or family. The point is that you always try to "LIVE" your life no matter where you have found yourself or in whatever you are experiencing.
Living your life means that you don't keep asking why or continue to find something to put the blame on. It means that you understand that the answers to some questions you may have been asking don't really matter. Rather, what matters is your response to whatever challenge you have and the choices you make to steer your life into what you really want to experience.
It's not an easy deal. The situations and different settings we've found ourselves in life has a way of trying to shape our mindset into accepting a certain stereotype of who we are. But then, the truth is that shaping your mind is ultimately your responsibility. You are the master of your own mind, not the answers to some unnecessary questions.
Knowing this, you learn to stop wondering too much and focus on really living your life the best you can. There is no limit to what you can achieve no matter what situation you find yourself. Your environment would try to shape you, but you will have to be the one to shape yourself and create your future.
Wondering too much about mysterious questions or asking about why fate put us in certain circumstances has never been useful to us, rather it's a time waster. Let's focus on living, carving our own path, staying focused on our missions, continually making efforts and being proactive.
We are happier when we bother less and do more.