Day 17: Fate

The topic of Fate has always been an interesting one to me. Are the greatest and worst scenarios of my life predetermined before I can ever know of them? I understand that Fate is not just one simple idea, it is a multitude of possibilities and it can always be changed, altered or denied. However, I also believe Fate can be made. I believe that Fate is an idea that comes only to those that seek it. Here is what I originally wrote for the idea of Fate:

Fate, another word to describe “destiny”. They are both described as a predetermined outcome, mainly for a human’s life. When a human learns of their “fate” or “destiny” they usually take it too seriously, causing their “destiny” to change. Humans don’t understand that if there is a “fate” set for them, the actions and words a human use can change it. “Fate” and “destiny” may be preset, but they are just guesses to what will become of the human from what has already happened in the human’s life. Human’s “fate” is always inevitable. It is “death”. The “fate” of all mankind has an end. Every human’s “destiny” is to be born, live, and die. That is “fate”.

With that previous determination, I had believed that Fate was absolute. I didn’t grasp the full idea yet. Fate is not absolute. All people will meet their end, while this is true, it only speaks for the physical being. I have come to believe that a person’s soul can transcend the limitations of a physical reality and if rightly identified, merge with the soul of another. I believe in memories, I believe in Hope and I believe that a person is more than they appear. Fate helps speak out for that person and gives them an idea for a path open to them. Find that person. Set your path. Decide your own Fate.

~ by Charbie on August 12, 2013.

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