Sometimes you must let fate take its course

“A rich and mighty Persian once walked in his garden with one of his servants. The servant cried that he had just encountered Death, who had threatened him. He begged his master to give him his fastest horse so that he could make haste and flee to Teheran, which he could reach that same evening. The master consented and the servant galloped off on the horse. On returning to his house the master himself met Death, and questioned him, “Why did you terrify and threaten my servant?” “I did not threaten him; I only showed surprise in still finding him here when I planned to meet him tonight in Teheran,” said Death.”

Sometimes you can imagine disaster ahead.

Impending doom.

You’ve done everything you can, but it’s coming.

Don’t run away.

If you’ve done everything in your power, all you can do is wait and see how the cards fall.

By taking evasive action you may bring to fruition your worst nightmare.

Sometimes you must let fate take its course.