Very Obedient – There are no accidents

When one sneezes we say God bless you. It's superstition. It started in the Middle Ages when it was thought that the devil could come into a man when he is unaware, such as in the midst of the warmer. If someone told the words, "God bless you," immediately after refreshing, this unmonitored demonic ownership could be avoided.

In many large buildings you can take the stairs one flight up from the 12th floor to the four floors. What happened to the thirteenth floor? It is called triskaidekaphobia and in Western culture it is fear of number 13. (Eastern culture has a superstition of number 4 called tetraphobia.)

As our world becomes more unstable, the more we seek stability and explanation. For a moment, I will tell you how to use this fact for your sake in conviction. What about something innocent to walk under the ladder? This is heading back to early Christianity when the sides of the ladder and the earth form a triangle, the symbol of the Holy Trinity.

It was thought that when you walked through it, he broke the Trinity and placed you at the same level as the devil. Nowadays nobody actually knows where this superstition came from and still, avoiding people getting under the level for no reason. Perhaps it's wise to avoid falling under the level simply because you could end up with a bucket of paint on your head, but believing that bad luck will come for you? It's a kind of stretch.

I have a acquaintance who believes in all religions and spiritual life is superstition. I had to think that he was wrong but I appreciate the point of view because it's just another example of how a framework is a powerful tool for viewing the world around us. Abomination is defined as "unruly belief" that an object, action or circumstance that is not logically related to a scenario influences its production. & # 39;

Even Helen Keller stated that "Security is largely superstition. It's not in nature …. Life is either an attractive adventure or nothing" is an example of how diverse we are all and yet we all believe in something illogical. By saying, how can we use the fact that everyone believes in something (which could actually be "incredible faith") to convince?

The more our world becomes unstable, the more people seek stability and strive to explain things. As a persuader, you have the opportunity to provide explanations, just as they make to make sense of their lives. So in the same way people search for reasons, even violent, to explain reality, and they seem to blame, we can do the same.

& # 39; There are no accidents and # 39; is a great sentence born with superstitions that we can use to convince our wealthy customers. Especially if our prospects have had a problem in the past, we can use this term to indicate that, "Yes, you have had problems in the past (with your agent, consultant, etc.). But these problems are over now and we live in infinite wise universe where there are no accidents. You ended up for a reason. & # 39;

Is this true and verifiable? No. Not entirely. But should you call it? If you are not trying to sell my acquaintance, the cynic who sees the world through the frame, is all superstition except him. I doubt it seriously.


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