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Coincidence Doesn’t Exist: You Meet People For A Certain Purpose

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Coincidence Doesn’t Exist: You Meet People For A Certain Purpose

Over the course of your life, you meet a lot of people. Some of them make a huge impact on your life and stay forever with you, others just teach you a lesson and leave. You don’t meet people by coincidence at all.

There’s no such thing as coincidence. I choose to believe that everything happens for a reason. Therefore, every person you meet in your life is there for a certain purpose. Every person plays a part in our lives. It is still not explained why, nor with the help of science or with the help of any other philosophy, but everything does happen for a reason.

The people in your life make your journey of life perfect. There are those that remain with you until the very end, and there are those that stay into your life for a short period of time and then they leave. However, both types make a perfect balance in your life in a manner you cannot understand.

The different types of people that come into your life are:

1. The Awakeners

The people that come into your life with the purpose of awakening you are usually the ones that help you grow and move forward when making a change is essential in your life. They are the ones that remind you of something you keep on forgetting. You learn the meaning of life with them and you appreciate life much more. But it’s not until later that you understand how much these people have helped you in your life.

2. The Reminders

Similar to the Awakeners, the Reminders-kind-of-people are the ones that leave a mark on your soul forever. They evoke the knowledge within you and help you understand yourself better. That is why they have a special place in your soul.

3. The Teachers

The people who are there to teach you a lesson and make you question every little thing you do in your life are usually the ones you are annoyed by. But, on the contrary, these people are in your life to test you, to train you, and to help you develop yourself into a better individual.

4. The Empowerers

These are the people that push you to be yourself. These are the people that bring the best out in you and who believe you can achieve anything you set your mind to. These are truly rare people and they have the power to make you become the best version of yourself.

5. The Runners

These people stay in your life only for a short period of time and they leave taking part of you with them. The experience they bring with themselves can be both positive and negative. They make changes to your life and then run away. The lesson they leave behind is that you need to learn to let go of such people. That can be painful, but pain is what can help you become a better person.

6. The Eternals

Usually, these are the people that come into your life for the long haul. These are the people that are there for you through good and bad times. These people are your closest family members and your best friends. They have your back and you always have someone to call and someone to comfort you.

7. The Heartbreakers

These are the people that leave you heartbroken. At first, you feel like you are on top of the world, and you are falling off a cliff the next second. They break you and they make you learn a hard lesson. But, it’s also a lesson that you must face. Learn from the lesson and face the fact that every person in your life is there to help you grow.

Be open to these experiences, be open to meeting new people. Don’t stress and don’t obsess over the pain. Learn to accept the pain and to let go of certain people. The ones that are meant to stay in your life will stay. The others will teach you a lesson and then leave. Accept that life is a journey and some of the paths you take are rougher than the others.

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Annie Lively