The LAW OF ATTRACTION MAY BE THE MOST FAMOUS OF THE LAWS BUT THERE IS ANOTHER LAW EQUALLY WELL KNOWN (AND UNDERSTOOD) THAT WE MAY HAVE FORGOTTEN IT EXISTS.
Everyone knows Einstein as THE archetypal scientist. In many ways he was both genius and controversial. Not because of what he did but what he discovered. No one since Newton (who named gravity) had created such exitement in the scientific wolrd. Einstein had realised that his most famous work could not only lead to one of the biggest discoveries of all time but create the possibility for the most destructive, the atomic bomb.
Einstein discovered the Law of Relativity. This seemingly innocent discovery would have profound impact on science. It simplified some of the basic principles of the universe. This alone demonstrates how the most simple of things can also be the most powerfull. Einstein discovered that energy can take on all sorts of configurations relative to its mass and speed. The more mass and/or speed, the higher the energy potential.
Put simply, everything has a value (size, height, speed etc) RELATIVE to something else. If there was nothing to compare, we could not understand the scale of anything. For instance, a car will have a relative value of “large” compared to a motorcycle. However, a car is relativly small compared to say, a semi-trailer.
What does that mean for us? It means everything we have in life has a value relative to something else. For instance, the western world has, relatively speaking, a better quality of life in a material sense than say people living in shanty towns in India.
Another example would be the problems we have which may seem overwhelming to us are relatively small to other peoples problems. I personally, am fortunate enough not to live in a war zone or a famine zone. So my life is relatively good. This fact is significant considering many people on the planet do.
Here is the funny thing. Our EMOTIONS are dictated by the scale of our problems. So if something seems to be a big problem, we get more worried. But ALL problems are relative so our big problem could be a small problem. If this is the case then our emotions can be relatively small or insignificant.
So remember this, when things seem to overtake us, remember that our current situation is relatively small compared to the problems of other people. Therefore we do not ever need to be overly concerned with any of our problems. We know that our problems are relatively small and can be overcome. I know this because other people probably have had the same problem as us and have gotten over it.
This is the reason we have support groups like Alcoholics Anonymous. They are a group of people who share their solution with people who have not overcome their situation. That sort of support gives us ideas, inspiration and most importantly, hope.
In summary, nothing is big or small unless it is compared to something else. If all our problems can seem small then there is is always a possibility that ANY problem we face can be overcome easily when we understand its relative scale. This alone gives us CHOICES because we can choose to see a problem as big or small. When a problem seems small or even common then we can ask the advice of others who have overcome this problem. Problem solved!
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