Here’s a beautifully written piece about synchronicity on a blog I’ve been following for some time. Do take a look!
Originally written 09-25-14, from Central California’s Women’s Facility, a state prison colloquially known as Chowchilla. It was posted by Dave in November, and turned to a draft on my return. I wasn’t going to repost it, but it was the message I think I needed to hear today. It should be tagged #HowIWidow, but as I wasn’t one at the time of writing, well…
I believe in fixed points of time. The idea that some things are inevitable.
Yes. Free will is rampant, and — yes — daily choices are made at the micro-level in the span of a nanosecond, over and over again.
But in the ever-evolving tapestry of life, some points are tied up by fate in advance, destined to make a knotted appearance no matter what the thread before it chooses to be or do.
A butterfly may decide to flap into a tornado, and all of…
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