It is easier for mankind to take for truth what is not proved and materially does not exist, than to set a goal and change your destiny. Who wants to make changes, it will be more expedient to conceive of their actions, to draw timely conclusions, to take the most reliable decisions in the future and take responsibility for their lives, while not blaming the fate that supposedly controls the lives of people. The choice is always there and it is due to the life of each person.
It is impossible neither to disprove nor prove the existence of fate with the help of arguments or material facts. Most often, fate is associated with humanity with an unknown main line of life, in which everything is predetermined, and what should happen, both the negative and the good will certainly happen. And if an individual wishes to avoid any events, he will not be able to do it.
In parallel to this judgment, the following question arises: if fate cannot be changed, then what is the point in the development of each individual personality. After all, no matter how a person tries and improves, everything will remain as it was intended and no changes will take place. This is a utopian concept of thinking: if one is destined to experience suffering, then you will not shun it. If you are prepared to become someone, you will definitely be there, despite the lack of desire. Paradoxical reasoning. The person who finds himself in this trap of the mind remains in place, because he is confused and not finding a solution for himself, draws conclusions that slow down her spiritual growth. A person begins to think like this: if I am not able to change anything in life, then, therefore, my choice in different situations is unimportant, and I am not responsible for my life and deeds.
Such an argument encourages a person to live in the range of two extremes. And a person starts or burns life, indulging in his instinctive nature, because there is no point in doing anything, because everything happens according to the scenario of fate. Any act will be correct, because the individual will not go beyond the limits prepared for him by fate, or will lead a lifestyle from the perspective of the victim. In the position of the victim, a person, by his own will, takes away spiritual strength from himself, interferes with his own will. With such a world view, the life of the individual appears as a series of unfavorable events that are not circumvented. To simplify their suffering, people are forced to accept the "bitter" fate, hoping that it will be easier in the future. These extremes are not related to spiritual development. Spiritual development includes conscious choice and responsibility for one’s actions.