Twists and Turns
Humans spend all their lives trying to put their life together like the pieces of a puzzle, but what if life is not a puzzle? What if life was a Rubik’s cube and there was a pattern to solve the chaos painted world we live in. Much like a Rubik’s cube, humans try to solve every situation but sometimes they take a turn and the colors just don’t match up. Everyday of their lives they seem to create a problem and are blindsided by the result. As when one is trying to solve a Rubik’s cube, one seems to think all is fine and good until another problem is created. Life’s problems can be solved just like a Rubik’s cube. Life is not as complicated as it is portrayed to be, but it is not that simple either. Everyone in the world perceives decisions differently; one can turn a situation towards one direction however the outcome may not be what is expected. It is by getting this unexpected outcome in which people learn to readjust and deal with change. Humans make turns on a Rubik’s cube thinking it will be a right result and end up being incorrect. Life can take unexpected turns, some that makes people happy others that tend to do the opposite. For example, a straight “A” student that winds up pregnant in high school, or the broke couple that gets financed for a house. You just have to learn to take in the mistakes because you are learning from them. With both life and a Rubik’s cube, each maneuver cannot be guaranteed as a step to success. You just have to play with what you have until you succeed or feel happy. Maybe a turn in a Rubik’s cube brings out a better pattern; maybe a different decision in life is an outcome of a better solution. When someone has a Rubik’s cube in their hand, they want to make it perfect as fast as they possibly can. In reality it takes time and effort to figure it out just as this applies to something or someone. People just need to have the patience; otherwise no good will come out of this. With this...
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