Have you ever felt like you've been on the wrong side of Murphy's Law? It's real, it's grimey, and I feel Murphy (whoever that may be) has a conspiracy.
For those that are unfamiliar with Murphy's Law (Laws), here they are:
Two notable ones are "anything that can go wrong, will go wrong" and "The other line always moves faster." These laws are basically made to play into everyday scenarios, showing what can and often does happen.
Now one should not blame Murphy's Law when in turn is their fault. If they gain 15 pounds but all they eat is fast food and ice cream, then, well, it's not Murphy's Law. If you get fired from your job but you are lazy, always show up late, and disrespect your employer, that's also not Murphy's Law.
Murphy's Law in a way ties in with good luck and bad luck. I believe more in blessings and being blessed than luck. However I do believe in fate and fate cannot be avoided. Often times we do everything we can but are still let down. This can or cannot be due to Murphy's Law.
It also boils down to being prepared, and watching out for every possible scenario and situation. That would be part of Murphy's Law, and what makes it so real.
Sometimes Murphy's Law can actually be funny because the things it talks about are really practical, common, and make one think. However, it seems to get me more often than naught.
There are times where I reach ruts in my financial, romantic, or physical standing and I'm doing everything right. I then chalk it up to Murphy's Law before sending up a prayer to God asking "Why?" However, one must have a sound, level mind and a sense of humor to realize that life is going to happen, and keep going. Therefore, there is no way to stop life, or Murphy's Law, but to continue moving.
It's still easier to blame Murphy's Law though, although often we should blame the person in the mirror directly in front of us.