If you're a Harry Potter fan, you may remember the Room of Requirement at Hogwarts.
When a witch or wizard enters this room, it instantly transforms into whatever is needed. Harry used the Room of Requirement as a training facility, for example, to teach defense against the Dark Arts to a group of his classmates. And any number of witches and wizards hid important things there, knowing that no one else could find them there.
What if every room is a a Room of Requirement? What if your life is nothing but that?
How often do we see that life has presented us exactly the right learning opportunity at exactly the right time? Sometimes, if we are stubborn, we even get a variation of the same lesson over and over.
Life, it turns out, is adapting to us as much (or more) as we are adapting to it.