There once lived a farmer. He had a son and a horse. One day the farmer's horse ran way, and all his neighbors came to console him, saying: "what bad luck that your horse has run away!" and the old man replied: "who knows if it's good luck or bad luck."
"Of course it's bad luck!" said neighbors.
Within a week, the farmer's horse returned home, followed by twenty wild horses. The farmer's neighbors came to celebrate, saying: "what good luck that you have your horse back-plus another twenty!"
And the old man replied: "who knows if it's good luck or bad luck!"
The next day the farmer's son was riding amongst the wild horses, and fell and broke his leg. The neighbors came to console him, saying: "what bad luck!" and the farmer said: " who knows if it's good or bad luck!" and some of the neighbors were angry, and said: "of course it's bad luck, you silly old fool!"
Another week went by, and an army came through town, enlisting all the fit young men to fight in distant lands. The farmer's son, with his broken leg, was left behind. All the neighbors came to celebrate, saying: "what good luck that your son was left behind!" and the farmer said: "who knows?"
We can spend our whole lives figuring every thing out. "This is good, that is bad…" it is futile. We label events as DISASTER when we only see one percent of the picture. If you want more peace of mind, stop labeling every thing that happens as "GOOD" or "BAD"!