Serendipity

It is strange sometimes as to how the world works. How common strands weave their way through life tying various seemingly unrelated things together. It is no wonder that sometimes it is so easy to see the world as operating through fate, destiny, or divine providence. Often they are just small things, things that might make one chuckle when they see it. Other times it seems almost more towards the divine-fate side of it.

Today for me, the serendipity for me came from the latest entry, marked for today’s date, March 28th, in the book The Daily Stoic by Ryan Holiday. Coming on the heels of yesterday’s post about my need to learn how to plan and outline, today’s entry was all about the need to plan and how easy it is to get overwhelmed with the higher potential for things to fall apart. How appropriate that it came the day after?

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