Every individual is living a distinct life and has a different personality disposition. One’s thought patterns and preceding life experiences shape his or her behavior patterns. Moreover, environment has a vital role in molding a person’s temperament, as one grows. The rectification of thought patterns and behavior patterns require a practical approach which cannot comprehensively be available to persons, not always. Accordingly, it becomes necessary for the individual to cope with certain life events or trials that allow him or her to categorize certain aspects of living and the world into positive or negative or neutral inclination. Such trials or challenges can seem, from the semblance, good, bad or extremely bad. But learning is common in each. It is noteworthy, things are recognized by their opposites. Similarly, disasters and unpleasant experiences are used to recognize, on reflection, the good in things.
A branch of mathematics, Chaos Theory, is a science of surprises. “It deals with complex systems whose behavior is highly sensitive to slight changes in conditions, so that small alterations can give rise to strikingly great consequences.” Human life is dynamic and changing. Chaos theory is the demonstration of a very significant aspect of our life; the dynamic aspect. Living essentially means expecting change. Who knows how greatly our minor and perhaps insignificant decisions will affect our future possibilities – as explicated by The Butterfly Effect?
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