One of my favorite children’s books is called Fortunately by Remy Charlip. It’s about a series of events that happens to a boy named Ned. Fortunately illustrates that every life circumstance leads to the next, what may appear unfortunate leads to something that is deemed fortunate.
From my guides’ perspective, nothing transpires in isolation, therefore what may appear bad is part of an interconnected stream of events that is actually good. This awareness clearly shows that an interconnected or oneness perspective moves us out of good, bad, right wrong thinking into an approach of wisely taking the next best step.
Here is a quote from Fortunately.
“Fortunately, Ned was invited to a surprise party. Unfortunately, the party was a thousand mile away. Fortunately, a friend loaned Ned an airplane. Unfortunately, the motor exploded. Fortunately, there was a parachute in the plane.”
And on and on…..