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Sometimes a man can meet his destiny

I heard this quote the other day and it whacked me with its powerful truth. I have always believed that our destiny is already planned out for us. Some folks think destiny and fate are different. But it made me look deeper into the definitions of both. So you see, destiny or fate, either term can be used.

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“A person often meets his destiny on the road he took to avoid it.”

I heard this quote the other day and it whacked me with its powerful truth. I have always believed that our destiny is already planned out for us. Some folks think destiny and fate are different.

But it made me look deeper into the definitions of both. So you see, destiny or fate, either term can be used. For example, in one situation, I met a person who destroyed my life for a while. When I look back on how we met, I realize it was orchestrated by unseen forces. I was in a building I had never been in and really had no need to ever be in but for this one appointment. He was sitting on a bench when I walked by, our eyes met and we shared a flirty smile.

And I continued on my way. He came out and there I was. My fate was sealed in that very moment. I had looked back years after and realized that something told me, when he asked for my number, a little gnawing in my gut said there was something not quite right, something was off with this guy.

And I believe I was supposed to dismiss it, for it was after this situation ended that I had the realization that my gut instinct was to be trusted next time. And I have trusted my gut ever since. And looking back, when our involvement started, there were so many signs, so many obvious signs that I completely overlooked. I saw all the signs but I was blind to them. Only later did I see them as red flashing lights. After all, trusting your instinct is necessary for survival.

People who I thought were going to be life-long friends but some of those associations ended because of me. More lessons learned. Yes, I believe these people were supposed to come into my life specifically so I could learn and grow to become a better person, because it was due to my own shortcomings that the friendship ended.

In one case it was an overreaction and anger that caused the demise of that friendship. It was entirely my fault and it was a bitter pill to swallow because I had valued that specific friendship and I paid the price of losing it. There will be other lessons for me to learn, for sure. And some of them will inevitably be painful.

That is by design. In my example of the lesson that taught me about my instinctual powers: I could have chosen not to give that guy my number and thus never developed a relationship with him, true. But someone or something else would have come along to teach me the lesson that I was supposed to learn about my gut. The friendship that I ruined might not have occurred had I not met this person in the first place. However, I was still supposed to learn that lesson so it would have been someone else in a different place and different time perhaps, and that valuable lesson would indeed have been taught regardless.

Our life is a big blueprint of lesson plans. It is a maze of choices and opportunities but all the paths lead to the same outcome: our destiny. Life is a sometimes crazy journey. Like Like. The only past I like to dwell on is the good time past. I do spend a lot of time in nostalgic thought. Of course I was lucky and had a great past, full of fun and full of laughter. I just aim to make my present as good so that when I look back on these days they can be with a smile….

I totally believe this quote. Why do we always expect our destiny to be a happy one. However I do think we make choices along the way which can change our futures. Great quote and thought provoking post. Thanks Tric. If not with one person, then with another. And the sooner we learn the lesson, the better — the less we will need to repeat it. But then there will be other lessons. I often wonder what would have happened if I had made other choices in my life.

But I think little of that matters — it would simply be different, not better or worse, and the same lessons would come up for me, those which I need to learn here on earth.

Great, though-provoking post! You got it. LOVE your take that life would not be any better or any worse, just different. And I love the John Lennon quote. So true! Thanks Lynn. Yes, I believe in this quote too. I do alse prefer to look back at only the positive memories, the other were just lessons to learn. I do also believe, that we are here to learn, why else?

Our destiny are not given in front, I think, but by experience we need to learn less of same kind, for each new lesson. Thanks Irene!

Yes, we are definitely here to learn. Thank you. That quote actually makes a lot of sense. Are lessons needed to be learned the same the thing as fate? Thanks Renata! But they all lead us to our next phase in life, our next path so I guess the forward movement is good, yeah? I like this one, and how well I remember.. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account. You are commenting using your Twitter account. You are commenting using your Facebook account.

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