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What Is A Mistake?

Are there such things as mistakes? Possibly. Possibly not.

The way I see it is that every single situation we find ourselves in leads us exactly where we need to be, no matter how unfortunate and difficult it may first appear to be.

I do think that there is a reason for everything. We’re all entangled/connected so there is no such thing as a coincidence. Only synchronicity.

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8 thoughts on “What Is A Mistake?

    1. Thank you for your time and comment thethingsiveeenblog. Apparently, positivity works just like dream. See what I did there? Are you a true cinephile? Can you find the Easter Egg? 😊

      Keep up the good work! I always enjoy your reviews! Maybe one day you’ll review The Road? πŸ˜›

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      1. Hahaha love your reply πŸ™‚ This feels like a Jigsaw (Saw) game πŸ™‚ But sadly I can’t 😦 I’m hopeless with movie quotes. But I will say, it reminds me of a Walt Disney quote πŸ™‚
        Thanks for your kind words πŸ™‚
        Post-apocalyptic with the chance of cannibals. I will most definitely be reviewing it πŸ™‚

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      2. Oh glob. I should have got that one hehe πŸ™‚ Dreamworks was originally an irish company, too. So I really should have got it.
        It was a good one but. I like what you did there πŸ™‚
        Yeah. the new Saw trailer looks awesome. Blades and people chained to the wall. That’s so Saw. I just hope it’s as good as it looks πŸ™‚

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  1. I’ve always thought that things happen and our brain MUST make sense of it, label it good or bad and fit it into the puzzle, so we can either avoid doing it again or improve on what happened to stay on a beneficial course. Sooo…things happen and we give it meaning? Just the way I’ve been thinking or I don’t have eyes to see??

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    1. Thank you for your time Eric. I had to think about what to reply for a while. Would you agree that there are things in this world that totally defy logic?

      Or… maybe synchronicity is logical even mathematical. I mean when we look at certain things, the way that Nature is set up, there is math in that. Carl Jung who was the first one to frame the concept synchronicity was a very logical man. Still, something didn’t add up.

      Now even Einstein thought something was missing… He talked of “spooky action at a distance” which is now known as Quantum Entanglement. Isn’t synchronicity just another word to point out how all living beings are connected to the main field? Jung and Einstein were both very logical individuals. And you see, logic can only take you so far.

      I guess the trick is to surrender. I don’t think it’s us trying to make sense of things that don’t make sense but us finally realizing or coming to term with the fact that things just make sense. Us finally connecting the dots. They say that in a blind world, the one Eye man is king.

      I don’t know. That’s just my take.

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      1. Your very first paragraph struck home. Things that defy logic!! I’m thinking of one particular incident that I’ve been attempting to unravel for 4.5 years. It defies logic. In my world, with my mind, it doesn’t make sense. The problem here is that I obviously do not understand the other mind that helped create this situation. But, my mind wrestles and turns this nugget and won’t let it go because I need to find the truth here and I can’t. Maybe because there is no truth to find (Or I don’t want to face this truth!!), yet my mind is determined to find some tiny piece of truth that’ll make it make sense and fit into the puzzle. Something!!

        I used to believe in ‘the field’ and spirit and spooky actions, but I’m doubting all that. I’m just basing this on watching the workings of my own life and mind. I’m basing it on how I NEED to make the pieces fit.
        With the situation above; I’ve tried to just let it go and trust in the ‘spooky action’; that it happened for a reason and a good reason and everything is as it should be and is synchronistic, so relax and let go.

        My mind says, “Nope. That doesn’t work. Keep working it.”

        So, what if synchronicity, spirit, consciousness, the field is only 7 billion minds attempting to work out the puzzle of their life. Because I keep fitting pieces into my puzzle I tend to arrange my life in such a way that I keep bumping into others who are working on similar mind/life puzzles. Then I call that synchronicity and attach some spooky spirit action to it, but in reality it’s just a bunch of people driving on the same road or path. Say I have diabetes. So I go to diabetes clinics, I read books on it, join online groups, and arrange my life to solve this diabetes problem. Well, guess what? I’m going to start having synchronicity meetings, thoughts, ideas, because I’m working on a similar problem and taping into information that people like me tap into.

        I heard that Einstein was working on his theory of relativity, but he wasn’t the only one working on this puzzle. And someone or team across the planet discovered the same theory, but later. So, you call this spooky action or synchronicity. Maybe? Or maybe it was scientists using the same math tools, tapping into the same information library, with similar minds focused on the same problems?
        Sorry, I got a little wordy, but it was a good exercise. Thanks for listening. In the end..it comes down to β€˜Don’t know.”

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