“Sometimes things don’t make sense until the end of the story” is a quote and one of the messages you get when watching Bill & Ted Face the Music, one of the best movies ever made and the perfect ending to an excellent trilogy.
Of course they didn’t know what that quote meant until the end of the movie. They didn’t say the meaning but it was shown with an example. But for those who are still struggling in finding the meaning, this post is for you.
That quote in fact is very complex and complicated in the meaning but not in the application. What do I mean with that?
Simple, when things don’t make sense, you can believe in luck, but when it does make sense, you can say it is destiny, karma, or god’s plan. In any situation, whether things make sense or not, you won’t really make your “assumption” until the end of the story. The thing is: all of this is bullshit, as any other existence theory. What matter the most here is what we really do in real life.
If you try so hard in finding the meaning of things, believing in destiny and other stuff, you will be dead while alive and you won’t know it until it’s very late and you find yourself reading this post in nautilano.com.
So this is my advice, and you can take it or leave it: Just go with the flow, man.
Just don’t give a f*ck, a damn, sh*t about things that make or not make sense. Just don’t. Go with the flow, don’t follow it, just be the flow, be the moment, let it be. As The Beatles used to say: Let it be.
Life is a science, and when you know how to handle it, it becomes an art. You will have to fail and screw it up many times before you know how to go with the flow. And you won’t really <know>, you will feel it. Try to let things happen, don’t force anything. If you don’t fell a bad vibe about that, just let it go, because probably there is nothing to worry about. Work with what you got, because you can’t always get what you want, but you get what you need, and the answer of all of this is blowing in the wind. Yep, those are songs from The Rolling Stones and Bob Dylan respectively.