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Sunday, December 27, 2009

December: Do you believe in fate?

Trickster's Choice by Tamora Pierce

Aly's work for the Balitangs starts somewhat forced but also seems fated, with the trickster's interference and all that follows. Do you believe in fate?


8 comments:

Lorie Ann Grover said...

I believe in PROVIDENCE! Just ask the other divas. They hear me all the time. :~)

Dia Calhoun said...

I do not believe in fate. I believe that what happens to you in life is a result of many things, including your attitude, work ethic and background. However, I do believe luck and timing play a role. Some might call the combination of those two, fate.

Erin said...

I believe in providence as well. :)

Shelf Elf said...

I'm with Dia on the luck and timing and hardwork combination. I really think that fate is often pulled out as a cop out type of explanation when things go right (or wrong) for someone.

Melissa Walker said...

I agree with you guys. I like the IDEA of fate, though. At least the good kind.

rose said...

Hello
Yes sometimes I do believe in fate.I think fate is supposed to be something you are destined to do.I believe in hard work and luck.Thank you.


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