# 9C: Individual Destiny

 6. Individual Destiny Equation (9.8) represents simultaneous action reaction law for the entire universe. We can think that all variables in (9.8) represent physical objects, and they are interacting with each other, using some kind of spring type interfaces among them, as shown by Figure-1.1 in Chapter-1. For all humans, this interface can be quite abstract for us to imagine. If we consider any one person, say A, then we can imagine that A is connected with all other persons and also non-living objects via these springs. Thus if A moves or takes any action then all other persons get affected, similarly when anyone else takes any action then also A gets affected. Thus any action from anyone will affect the entire universe. Philosopher Nietzsche thought it that way also [Mask, p.10]. Conflict Resolution: There is a law of nature that says no two objects can occupy same space at same time. We can call it the space-time problem. That is you cannot bring two glasses at same location at same time. If you force them, then one of the glasses will break to make room for the other, that is, there will be a conflict. This law has an important contribution for all conflict resolution problems. Whenever there is a conflict, you will always be able to find that two objects are trying to occupy same space at same time. For example, one person is trying to do a job and at the same time another person is also trying to do the same job and thus creating a conflict of interests. All conflicts can be prevented from happening if we can design our management system so that such occupation of same place does not happen at same time. This method can be applied to even persons, family, kids, work place, and in all business problems also. For example, when mother asks the kid to do something, at that same time the father should not also ask the kid to do something else. Thus space-time problem is an important philosophy, based on laws of nature, for conflict resolution. Figure-9.1 shows how a global plan becomes a sequence of events from the point of view of an individual object or human being like A. Here we consider A as a single point in space, the personal space of one person. He is isolated and alone. The right hand side represents progress of time. The global plan generates events sequentially, as represented by the sequence of dots, for every single person. This is