Someone, somewhere, will be right
For many people destiny is a difficult pill to swallow living as science is ever keen to remind us on an unimportant planet, in an unimportant place in space, some find it hard to believe that we may be influenced by unknown forces that could have a say in our everyday life. A view that somehow appears to conflict at another level where strange unexplained activity is systematically taken for granted.
Consider for example notions of best-guess by high-science where strange behaviour observed in photons has been dubbed 'spooky signals and psychic particles,' weird goings on at quantum level that suggest that light particles have a capacity to 'talk' to each other, engage in telepathy and out-fox observation and if one adds to this the prospect presented by 'time telling particles,' the possibility that 'reality may in fact be a hologram' or the recently televised scientific thinking that suggests our world may be influenced even controlled by super-computers existing thousands of years into the future - what stretch of the imagination is it then to give destiny the benefit of the doubt?
It seems to me that we can say and think anything we like as long as we believe it - the sums can come later. The lesson here must surely be that one should never be ashamed to stretch the imagination on any subject we fancy because every once in a while someone, somewhere, will be right.
© Joseph G Dawson
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