Meant to be?

Hi Brooke,

I would like to understand this phrase better as it is one you use frequently. Also it has a nice ring to it.

Do you intend this to mean it in sense of cause and effect, one thing leading to another, in the Byron Katie sense of what is; or in the sense of some over-arching life schema that is predestined?

If I missed your response to a similar previously asked question, thanks for repeating your answer or referring me to a podcast or another resource. I will keep an eagle eye out for it.