"There are no accidents in the laws of Being"

There are many aspects to the law of cause and effect, some much higher and finer than others. When Mr. Fillmore states "there are no accidents in the laws of Being", he is stating a principle that is true in the absolute. On the relative plane of existence, however, there is a valid meaning for the word "accident." It does NOT MEAN something that happens without a cause. It means something that has happened that was either unforeseen, or unnecessary, or caused by a mistake. Would one then say that there are no "mistakes?" Again, that is correct only in the absolute. On the relative plane of existence mistakes are happening all the time. Mistakes need correcting, just as accidents need preventing. Certainly we are now talking of something that is only relevent on a narrow and limited plane of existence, but these are factors we need to deal with. Although they are not problems for the absolute, the absolute gives itself to us in the form of all needed help. "God is our help in every need."

Ed Rabel - Metaphysics 1, The Creative Process, Law of Cause and Effect