Allow me to deviate a little from the usual themes of my blog today to share some personal insights about charms and fate.
Firstly, I am starting to realise that most humans can only be the master of one particular trait or trade. Recently, for the past year or so, I have acquired quite a bit of a new enterpreneurship skill and is working hard on improving it further.
It has made my life much better and fuller, and I am enjoying myself, having the time of my life.
However, the past couple of weeks have made me realised that once you acquire a new flair, you tend to lose the old ones, slowly but surely. What have I lost? Well, for one, charm. Hard to fanthom (by yours truly, most of all) 'ol Leon losing the touch with the ladies, but nevertheless true.
I shall not delve further into that issue here, but suffice to say it is neither a proud nor easy thing for me to imagine, nevermind openly admit the fact. I know some of the readers would be screaming for details, but you will not get it here.
Weaknesses are meant to be recognized, admitted and worked on. Therefore, I am going to sharpen up on this charm thing for the next couple of weeks and see how it goes.
Next, on Fate. I think Fate works in strange ways. I strongly subscribe to the notion that everything happens for a reason. If you have a kind and noble heart, Fate will favor you. Sometimes things that seems bad or unfavourable happen because Fate is trying to save you from a major catastrophe or screw up.
I've seen this thing happen numerous times, both to myself and to other people, so personally, for that I am thankful to Fate for the kindness.
Don't worry, I still don't believe in the existence of God. Fate, however, is very real, and that there's scientific theories to prove this - basically the notion that everything in the universe is being pre-ordained - some references below:
I can't even begin to try to eplain to you guys the relation between quantum theory and Fate, but it's suffice for now to just say that Fate is a mathematical and scientific proven fact. The third link above refers to a very good and comprehensive book by Stephen Hawking on this subject - oh, and by the way, in case you are wondering, quantum theory, we already have experimental quantum computers.
Basically, in short, when quantum theory real, then Fate in this particular universe that we are existing in is fixed.