By definition a coincidence is remarkable concurrence of events or circumstances without apparent causal connection. On the other hand fate is the development of events beyond a person’s control, often seen as guided by a supernatural power. But what if coincidences were actually a product of fate and not chance? The universe can be funny that way. It has a way of speaking directly to you and putting you on the right path, at the right time. Do you trust in its timing?
Even if you don’t believe, these stories are about to make you reconsider. Their impeccable timing and strange outcomes can make anyone believe in fate.
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Do You Believe In Fate?
People tend to chose one of two sides of the spectrum. Some believe that humans have complete free will and that every good or bad thing that happens to them is a direct result of their own decisions and a domino effect that they can control. In this case, coincidences are really just coincidences. Or, they believe in fate and that while free will still exists, what is meant to be will find its way and that as long as you are guided by growth and good intentions, you will eventually make it to your fated destiny.
Fate doesn’t take away our free will or leave our life without purpose? It is simply meant to be a guide, to bring you to the places, people, and opportunities that can lead you to your potential and highest self, if you let it.