Life is like a maze in which you have to figure out the pathway to find the way out. Have you ever get lost inside a maze? I'm sure you do. This thing also happens in our life in which many of us take the wrong life path and end up being in the wrong direction. If this happens to us, I wonder who will lead us back to the right direction. Will there be signs? Will there be someone who reach out their hands to help us back to the right path? Or is it our own steps that are guiding as all along the way. My mind was filled with these kind of thoughts about life paths. What if you are facing two totally different paths and you can only choose one path, no turning back. Can you be 100% sure that the path you've chosen is the right one? To be honest I don't know the right answer of this. All I know is that life is a combination between your destiny and your fate. All along the way you might end up walking on the wrong path but there are always those chance you can grab to be able to get back into the right path of life. And in the end, fate is waiting at the end of the maze. It's your choices that have made you walk along through the maze. Well, it's just my thought. I hope I get it right.We are all on a path. There are many . . . some lead to rewarding and healthy lifestyles and some initiate a life of misery and few options. We choose a path early in life thinking it's the correct one for us; it is based partly on our thoughts of what is an appropriate and rewarding life. And, some paths have a luck aspect - being in the right place at the right time can trigger opportunities that wouldn't normally be available. Chance encounters with influential people can provide a bridge to an unexpected fork in the road . . . a way to live a life being able to fully express our inner selves. Due to limited true life experience, the early course of one's path often has to be corrected to full-fill desires.We are the producers and directors of our life stories. Nothing is set in stone and changes can be made as necessary. Some changes, depending on circumstances, need to be initiated immediately. Triggers for immediate change could be financial, climate or security-related. Unhappiness triggers change and sometimes one change might lead to another change.To live a happy life, change is something that is an ongoing operation. It is necessary to stay ahead of life's negative external forces. One path in life that is appropriate for one personality type may not be correct for someone with different intellectual and emotional maturities.Each decade brings a different set of challenges and without change of path, one could find themselves overwhelmed with a life that is too stressful, complicated or emotionally void. As we approach the end of life, paths should be leading to simplicity and peacefulness.