Once upon a time in a village lived a old farmer who used to work very hard. He had a horse.
One day his horse ran away. After hearing this his neighbor came to him and said, Such bad Luck.
Farmer replied, Maybe.
Very Next morning the horse returned with three other wild horses with him. Again after hearing this neighbor came and exclaimed, How wonderful.
Again Old farmer replied, Maybe.
Following day, his son tried to ride one of the wild horse and broke his legs. Again neighbors came to offer sympathy to him.
Farmer answered, Maybe.
Next day, Military officials came to village to draft young men into army. Seeing old man’s son broken leg, they didn’t draft him. Seeing this neighbor came again and congratulated farmer on how well things turned out.
Even at this farmer replied, May be.
We can see that farmer is practicing non-judgment. He understands true nature of life that we can’t judge any event as an end in a way.
There is always tomorrow and whether the day was good or bad, there are always million effect which can arise from one event. Things change in an instant at all times.