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What is Fate?

What Is Fate?
It’s a question several have asked over the course of human thought. Western civilization started with Greece and her influence and interpretation and interaction with her neighbor to the South – Africa and Egypt.

Early Greek Art – The Kouros, for example, is based on an Egyptian template. What the Greeks did is simply stripped its ornament and showed its essentialForm.

(The italics on WordPress are archaic and Geekspeak. –
It’s annoying!)

So we’ve given Fate a lot of thought over the ages.
And since we are still talking about it –
It must mean something.
Like there’s still a lot more there to explore.

It’s one thing, however, to discuss Fate intellectually.
And quite another to feel swept up into its madness destruction and eventual resurrection –

That is quite different from mere speculation.
For example.

You are facing a transition in your life from one stage to another.

So in this case.
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As Fate would have it –

(Who else could come up with such a grand scheme besides Fate?
No one. Nothing.)

Fate said:

I am going to throw these two together and see what happens.

Very scientific.
A bit whimsical. (The strong identification of women as capricious and unpredictable.)
But also chilling.

One day, however, the two of them – the urgent questions they asked – stressed Fate’s Tech System really badly.

It was down for 15 minutes.
When Fate said:

Back to Chaos now.
And Probability!”

Things That Never Made It Into Print

By Things That Never Made It Into Print

Keep it simple ... Radical ... Writer, Artist, Dancer, Musician, Chicago Betty

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