It is true that human beings experience a deluge of unexpected occurrences momentarily. Usually, nobody expects clearly what kind of experience he does precisely next.
Absolutely, nobody knows about the future. In a sense, that's why to live every day is very much interesting.
As to the occurrences, there are some ways to logically deduce the reasons why they occur as the “reality.” In most of the actual cases in our daily life, there is nothing enigmatic in the occurrences we virtually experience.
There is a “certain reason” why something concrete happens all of a sudden. There is nothing mysterious in the matter we substantially experience.
Where there is a “fact,” there is a “certain reason” for that. A fact is a fact. Nobody can change anything about the fact. And it is really true that there is nothing enigmatic in it.
A certain concreteness exists in the matter you virtually experience. In other words, there is a concrete reason why you experience it.