We often get battered with plenty of things in our lives. We go in situations where giving up feels an option alone. At times where we want to just shout and say, “why!”.
An illustration of this would be — at times when I find myself in situations completely unaccompanied, I think no one is there for me or maybe I assume, close my eyes and ask myself if this is it? It is at such moments I realize, that we are our own company.
A famous song ‘Que Sera Sera’ by Doris Day — an American actress, singer, and activist, describes how things in such situations should be treated.
Que Sera Sera, an Italian origin phrase, means “Whatever will be, will be”. So why go nutty on things which are or aren’t under your control but what has to happen, will.
No matter how much you will try, you can never change your past (what is gone, is gone) neither your future because we never know what God has planned. The thing in your direct control is the present, which you are undermining for the sake of the future and cause of the past. What I want to be clear about this is, if you, with due respect to time, are successful in the present or at a place you have dreamed of forever, then every mistake you did was worth it that lead you here. What made you do or brought you till here was all those of your past you consider mistakes and regretting upon. So why go nuts on them? What’s the point in pounding on things that do not really matter? If I got you there, it’s your brain that makes you think like that. Your brain is the easiest thing to conquer, it is just, you have to figure the way out. By the time you will figure this out, it will be the time you will come out of every damn situation that’s eating you up. The things you are concluding as shattered aren’t actually. The perspective needs to be changed — the way you look at things tells a lot about how you handle situations. Jealousy, ego, and attitude towards a lot of such possessions, describe your character and thus adapt your personality.
Significance — the answers you need for all those questions consuming much of your time in searching for them is already inside you. To every problem you encounter, you need the right mind to be in a position to tackle, a job of a manager describes it much relevantly(it is about a manager’s decision that takes the company from collapse to surge in just a boom). You just need the correct eye to look with. Because ultimately, to every question the answers you are finding were conceived by a human, just like you. So why not do it on your own, also it will be much more worthy then.
The singer portrays a situation where she, in her childhood days, asked her mother whether what will she look like when she’ll grow up. Will she be pretty? Will she be rich? To what her mother replies, whatever will be, will be, such things won’t affect her love for the daughter. The way, maybe we should treat stuff in our lives as well.