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All coincidence is meaningful!

A Thought for the Week

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"In mathematics, two angles that are said to coincide fit together perfectly. The word coincidence does not describe luck or mistakes. It describes that which fits together perfectly." ~ Wayne Dyer

 

"Life is not merely a series of meaningless accidents or coincidences, but rather, it's a tapestry of events that culminate in an exquisite sublime plan." ~ Unknown

 
"I do not believe in meaningless coincidences.  I believe every coincidence is a message, a clue about a particular facet of our lives that requires our attention." ~ Deepak Chopra

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2 comments on “All coincidence is meaningful!
  1. Oh how I love so-called coincidences. I used to date a guy who didn’t believe in all this hokey pokey spiritual stuff that I believe in, and who would try to talk me out of what I knew to be true: that there are no random occurrences in this infinitely intelligent Universe we’re apart of.
    I heard Wayne Dyer talk about coincidences and loved what he had to say. I like the other two quotes you have here, as well. Truly, though, my life has shown me that there is purpose behind every moment, and all of us are intricately linked.

  2. Hilda says:

    Hi Megan,
    I’m so glad you liked them : ) They were inspired by Synchrodestiny, which I’m just back from. It’s a course where Deepak Chopra and David Simon teach us to harness the power of coincidence in our lives. If you’re interested there’s a book by the name too (in the US though it’s called The Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire).
    I too just adore it when I notice synchronicities in my life. It’s evidence of the divine at work all around us : )

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