A lot of times we wonder why things happened a certain way? Why didn’t we get that job or what if we hadn’t missed that bus? Maybe, life would have been totally different than what it is today. It is a way nature works. It’s saving us from unwanted disasters and the dangers of the world. However, we do not realize this at the moment and get frustrated and disappointed. But later when we hear what other people have gone through because of what seems to us as a missed opportunity, we only become more thankful.
Things like this happen to us on a daily basis. We are saved from a lot of dangers and we are not even aware of them. We are surrounded by incredibly powerful forces that fight against the odds and keep us safe. All we have to do is be as grateful and as thankful as we can be and always think positive. We are what we think, so if we think negatively, we encounter more and more negative in life. If we think positively, we shall encounter all positive things and great success in life. Here are 12 Reddit stories from people about the moment they dodged a bullet. Scroll down and check them out.
Sounds like a good idea.
That was so close. Lucky guy!
Good thing this guy was broke.
This guy was just a ferry late…
Sometimes we are so close to the most unfortunate events and we are saved by some unexpected delays or hurdles. We may be unable to understand them at first, but later we are thankful for those delays. So, instead of being upset over missed opportunities we should look forward and focus on all the good aspects of life and be grateful for whatever we have.
This one almost got a ‘Get Out Of Jail Free Card.’
This one was saved by his phone.
Whoa! This one got a new life.
Definitely a bullet dodged.
After all buying your first home is no joke.
Whoa! That was a major save.
Some friends are so special that they can never be replaced.
The OP is an extremely responsible and caring man.
Whoa! Close calls for all these people. They have been saved miraculously from huge disasters. May we all stay safe and secure where ever we are. Have you ever had a “dodge the bullet” experience? Let us know about it in the comments below.