I was packing up my tent and camping equipment last night and try as I might I could not get the bag to sit properly on the rack.
It wobbled and moved and generally irritated me to the point where I actually shouted at it. This is not a new problem, it’s been bothering me for weeks. I finally managed to strap it in such away that it was secure. You may not consider that to be important, but it was to me.
The important thing for me was that the problem was solved, and it was a simple and easy solution. The irritation which came along with the issue was annoying and it was replaced with the smug satisfaction that I had conquered the humongous life threatening behemoth of secure motorcycle luggage.
All joking to one side, even though it might not seem that much of a deal, to someone everything is important, and to everyone someone is equally valuable.
So when we dismiss something as being trivial maybe it is only trivial to those who weren’t meant to see its true meaning. To those for whom the message was intended, then the trivial is crucial.
Also when we dismiss someone as being trivial, maybe they are only trivial to those who weren’t meant to see true meaning of that person.
So we have a logical argument which identifies the existence of coincidences, or not as the case may be.