Faith in fate is self-contradictory.
You either have faith in yourself,
Or be subject to fait accompli;
It’s a paradox because you are your fate.
The planetary positions when you are born,
Determine your nature and trait;
Your fate, your destiny, is the real you,
Have faith in yourself, love yourself,
There is no wisdom greater and true;
We often fail to identify with our own being;
Hankering after a false identity,
Our own self remains undiscovered, unseen;
False is the image you create for society.
The one built at the cost of the real you,
Is the cause of much anxiety;
Faith in fate is possible if you are the trusting kind,
Having faith is important,
In what, in who, are questions best left behind;
You are faithful if you respect others for their belief,
Soliciting faith is immoral, against the creed,
An act that brings nothing, but grief;
Heaven and hell are mere concepts, not destinations,
The visionary accepts destiny, leverages the notion,
That destiny is a cause; the results are our creation.