People like to know all the answers. They like knowing the who, the what, the where, the when, the why, and the how about everything. They like when things make sense.
And it’s fine to like these things. It’s fine to like knowing the answers, the who’s, the what’s, the where’s, the when’s, they why’s and the how’s. It’s fine to like it when everything makes sense.
But the problem is, that as people, most of us get so used to having these things that we begin to expect them. Anytime something happens, we expect an explanation. An excuse. Some strand of logic that will make us understand exactly what’s happening and why. Continue reading “Some things are nobody’s fault”