Motive, Action, Cause, and Consequences

It’s an interminable cycle, one’s activity is the aftereffect of inspiration built motive from another person, here assuming the part of the impact of MOTIVE, and simultaneously progress of this individual can be rousing for one more onlooker to perform activity consequently making this activity impact of Motive – Cause – Action & Consequence?.

  • A few things occur for a REASON.
  • EVERYTHING occurs with/for a CAUSE.
  • REASON suggests THINKING or PLANING, which again intends that there must be an individual who makes the justification for additional activity or response.
  • CAUSE is indifferent, it’s simply the setting off factor for additional activity or response.
  • A flood NEVER occurs for a REASON, since no one plays it, yet it happens as an outcome of a weighty downpour or a dam catastrophe, and as you most likely are aware well, those things are IMPERSONAL.
  • There is not an obvious Explanation for snow to tumble down in winter, there is only an ATMOSPHERIC CAUSE for it.
  • Then again, you bring up your kids for a REASON, you go to work for a REASON and you wed or remain single for a REASON.

I suppose you can figure out that.

Thus, from the part of the reason, mishaps do exist, though from the part of the reason they don’t.

At last, no, things don’t occur for an explanation, they are only results of an activity. We’re just sacks of particles on a turning rock, there is not a great explanation for us to exist by any stretch of the imagination, thusly there is not an obvious explanation that “things” occur in our lives.

Perhaps you landed terminated from your position or you’re going through a separation, and it very well may be consoling to realize that there is a justification for your misery, yet there isn’t. You can find significance in everything that occurs in your life and you can make an emotional justification for your reality, yet even this is erratic; carrying on with a significant life doesn’t make any difference and any explanation you might find for something to happen doesn’t impartially exist.

“Reason” is an altogether human idea — it doesn’t exist in nature. Occasions are the consequences of point of reference causes, in view of all that we have noticed, yet the possibility of a “reason” has no spot other than in the human requirement for a clarification, which Nature feels no commitment to give.

Assuming current science has shown us anything, it’s that assuming we have the right conditions, we can anticipate and control actual peculiarities without the requirement for one or the other inspiration or clarification. We can’t at any point realize the reason why something occurs, yet science can let us know how it works out –I wonder???

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  1. Dear Farooq “only you are YOU”
    Our Creator is the Master Architect and all creation is filled with “reason”
    .. that does not mean we understand
    .. the Potter does not consult the clay

    Nature is logical, because logic is natural
    .. elemental logic has been implicitly abstracted from natural processes. The symbolic representation of logical statements shows a “form” that logicians have long believed to guarantee the truth of statements.

    Reason Vs Logic ..
    The primary difference between logic and reason is that reason is subject to personal opinion, whereas logic is an actual science that follows clearly defined rules and tests for critical thinking. Logic also seeks tangible, visible or audible proof of a sound thought process by reasoning.

    “I applied my mind to study and to explore by wisdom all that is done under the heavens.
    What a heavy burden God has laid on mankind! I have seen all the things that are done under the sun; all of them are meaningless, a chasing after the wind.
    What is crooked cannot be straightened;
    what is lacking cannot be counted.
    Then I applied myself to the understanding of wisdom, and also of madness and folly, but I learned that this, too, is a chasing after the wind.
    For with much wisdom comes much sorrow;
    the more knowledge, the more grief.” – Ecclesiastes 1


    I recently read this most thought-provoking book .. which instantly came to mind while reading your post
    “Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms—to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.”

    “When we are no longer able to change a situation, we are challenged to change ourselves.”

    “Those who have a ‘why’ to live, can bear with almost any ‘how’.”
    ― Viktor E. Frankl, Man’s Search for Meaning

  2. Interesting viewpoint. I believe all things happen for a reason. It could be from a reaction of an event that effected you. Or there could be no answers as to why it happened. But I do believe in cause and effect. The action we take would lead to the consequence good or bad. We are motivated by many things in our life that puts us into action which leads to the end result or consequence. I believe I’m agreeing with you except on the reasoning part. As I said I believe all things happen for a reason right down to the people in our life’s! Great stimulating article. Thanks for sharing.

  3. Come on, Brother Farooq “just sacks of particles on a turning rock”
    Surely not, just. . .

    I take your point that we often make up explanations for the unknown – Persephone’s tears as the explanation tor “April showers bring May flowers”

    Aso that even our best science -cause and effect, gravity, Pythagoras’s theorem -contain assumptions of dimensioanal space and linear time, which the quantum world may challenge – Relativity run amok.

    “What a piece of work is man? How noble in reason?” – Was Will wrong then?

    “I have no more words. Let the soul speak with the silent articulation of a face.” Rumi.