“When it happens, you’re totally unprepared, fragmented and lost, looking for the hidden meaning in every little thing. I’ve replayed the events of that day a hundred thousand times, looking for clues. An alternate ending. The Butterfly effect.
If I could find the butterfly that flapped its wings before we got into the car that day, I would crush it.”
― Sarah Ockler, Twenty Boy Summer
Hey Loves and welcome back to Joi’s Journey of Perception.
Have you ever felt like one small situation led to something even bigger?
You’re defiantly not alone
There are thousands of people who have experience with The Butterfly Effect.
I too have my fair share of experiences with The Butterfly Effect.
You may be wondering what it is, do not worry, I will explain to you. Below is a video sort of explains it. I will also explain in my own words.
The Butterfly Effect
It’s sort of hard to determine if something is good or bad, because of this theory. Because one small thing can change everything. For example, I lost an opportunity, which led me to find my passion. Small changes impact something much bigger. Your decisions can affect your future.
“Small shifts in your thinking, and small changes in your energy, can lead to massive alterations of your end result.”
― Kevin Michel, Moving Through Parallel Worlds To Achieve Your Dreams
There are often times that I look back and think, if that one thing did not happen, my life would be one hundred percent different. So, I am grateful for the good and the bad. One small thing can make a big impact. So, do not ever think you can make a difference.
What do you all think? What is a butterfly effect situation you’re grateful for? Let me know in the comments! Be sure to like, comment, subscribe and share!