V.J.’s Weekly Challenge #2: Synchronicity

“Synchronicity is the Universe’s way of telling you that you are on the right track.”
– Delores Krieger                                                

“Coincidences connect us across time, to one another, to ourselves, and to an invisible order in the universe.”
                                                                          –  Arianna Huffington #Thrive

This week, look for incidences of synchronicity or coincidence.  Note how you were feeling at the time and any thoughts/ questions that were present.

Or, write about an occurrence that happened in the past and lingers on in your memory.

Or, maybe you think it’s all a hoax.  Your viewpoint has merit also.

Look forward to hearing from you!

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  • Write and publish a post on your blog about the topic.
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  • Come back here and enter the url for your post in the comments or link to this page (pingback).
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Writer, avid reader, former educator, and proud grandmother, currently experiencing life through the lens of ME/CFS. Words are, and always have been, a lifeline. Some of the best adventures, I'm discovering, take place in the imagination.

25 thoughts on “V.J.’s Weekly Challenge #2: Synchronicity

      1. I’m not generally a “jokes” sort of person, but that day those fortunes wrote themselves. Don’t get me wrong. I love to laugh, but thing canned “jokes” are often used in place of real conversation. I like people’s real stories.

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      1. Twice I’ve had utter strangers hand me books saying they thought it was time I read this book. In both cases, they were about synchronicity and changed my life. Another time I went to the library with a long list of books about subjects I’d always wanted to read up on but hadn’t had the time. I’d quit my job and moved to CA to write and hung out in libraries for awhile just catching up on everything I wanted to know. A man sitting next to me got up and left a big pile of books on the table, which I thought was rather rude. I looked through them out of curiosity and every one of them was one of the topics I had on my list.

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  1. I like this idea. I have run into moments throughout my life that I questioned whether they were coincidence or not. I will head on over to my site and wrap myself around my thoughts and see if I can get them written down. Thanks for including “us” in your blogging venture. I seem to be in this “pondering” phase lately, so it may be a day or two. ha.

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