Many claim that we are in a journey called life. As a Christian Catholic I was raised to believe in the power and relevance of the Divine. I was taught to believe in God. We believe whatever we were taught to believe. We believe that there exists something that is greater than reason.
As we journey in life we encounter difficulties and unpleasant situations. When this happens, we become impatient and we start to ask God the "why" questions. We ask for an explanation or a revelation of some sort that would try and help us understand why things happen. In short we question God's reasons.
There is always a purpose why God willed it for us to be where we are now. He did not just have a valid reason, but he had a significant reason. We only need to be patient and cherish the moments worth treasuring. We move on if we must, but let us remember that there is a sensible God who wishes all the good things for us. In my years of asking, I have come to conclude that if we look at the bigger picture then we can truly see the master plan of God's intricate design.
I remember a text message that was sent to me a few months ago. It reads, "When we know that God's hand is in everything, we can leave everything in God's hand."