And of course, the Uncertainty Principle makes sure the same thing never happens twice.
These are core features of our personal and social constructs, and no matter how much complication scientists embroider into the fabric, they are essentially quite straightforward. Quantum principles are really important in aligning with the course of our naturally evolving existence.
Life is a song we keep singing as long as we breathe the air that lets us sing it. Those dark nights can feel pretty rough - there are moments when we wish time was done with us, when we question purpose and reason and come up with no answers. Stormclouds are sent, like the tests that precede them, to strengthen us at core for to withstand the lashing rain. Everything is temporary - see the Uncertainty Principle. We've a wave form to ride - see Wave/Particle Duality. When life turns its hand to hardball games, it can be hard to see the ball coming. We buckle under the thumps, cry like children who've lost their world in the playground, ask for forgiveness only to find we need to give it to the Self as we give it to others, for trespasses can be unintended, and thefts can be invited by a will to be taken.
Keep the quantum principles in sight as you consider the rules of these tricky tournaments. Unerringly effective, quantum laws relate to everything - don't let anyone tell you they only count in the smallest of contexts. Size is relative - from just a few thousand feet above ground, we become invisible. The planet we live on is not very large. Only the Suns can be seen as stars in night skies, their planets cloaked in shadow, while Dark Matter and Dark Energy abound to manufacture mysteries of their own. The cosmic collective spans many worlds of opportunity, an infinite array of light on velvet canvas. Sing on.
The black hole in Persius, we've heard it said, sings in B flat.