The fears of unexpected events have their origins in that reality which is never doubted. How could be unexpected, if they do not go astray from a firm reality?
Thus, it seems that the unexpected events are deeply inserted into the field of the plain reality, even if they have not occurred yet. And we fear them just because they lie there.
Why do we not question the reality for finding them? Probably, because to question the plain reality means to fall from its order, since a questioning mind is not as plain and clear as it.
Since the reality is everywhere, to fall from it means further to come to its depths. And its depths are equals to its spread as plain reality. Therefore, the fall from reality is potentially unending. For this reason, the fears of unexpected events are always more convenient than the search for their sources.