What do you think coincidences actually are?

This is September 26th of my book:  ‘How To Change Your Life One Day At ATime‘.

Take the opportunity today to follow a coincidence.

When you experience a coincidence ask yourself why you noticed it?

We’ve all got a different take on what a coincidence is. Some think it’s divine intervention. Some think it’s luck. Some think it’s just one of a million coincidences that are happening every day.

I believe in the last one but it doesn’t matter which you believe. If you want to take something from it, if you want to make it a useful experience – ask the question above.

Find meaning in it. You may have to assign a meaning to it. Whatever, just find a meaning. Do that every time you experience a coincidence and you may find that those meanings start to add up to something.

(Obviously my previous post today becomes a huge coincidence now!!)  🙂

Enjoy

Stu

:)

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2 responses to “What do you think coincidences actually are?

  1. I do believe in divine intervention…because I see how the happening played out…and it’s usually quite memorable!

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