There exists scores of literature to explain the phenomenon that is fate.
From childhood we absorb the words destiny, serendipity, luck and fate but they don’t take much meaning until we are old enough and mature enough to really decide on how we want our lives to be and who want to have in it.
Fate has played a great hand in my life so far, and from the age of 19, when I began to make the painful but necessary transition from teenhood into adulthood , and a series of highly influential meetings forced me to begin to acknowledge fate as a given, and have since graciously accepted that fortune seems to be smiling upon me!
We can pore over everything; we can hold ourselves down with tons of disbelief; we can even try om vain to find logic in happenings that are merely a part of life on this planet.
Or we can rest assured that if we continue to be true to ourselves and stick to the laid out path that is chosen at birth, the people who are meant to be in our lives will come and leave at exactly the right time. And the same holds with yourself and in everybody else’s reality.