Day 3389: Coincidence?

Is it a coincidence that I’m starting off this blog post with a definition of coincidence?

For weeks, I’ve been considering asking a question about coincidences on Twitter, but the time just didn’t seem right. Here’s the question I finally asked last night:

I don’t know if it’s a coincidence, but several people replied that there was no such thing as coincidences. A lot of people told stories that reminded me of coincidences in my life.

Do you see coincidences in my images for today?

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Is it a coincidence that I’m writing about coincidences on For Twelve Day when there are so many coincidences about the number 12?

Is it a coincidence that I find this on YouTube when I search for “coincidence?”

I’m grateful for all the coincidences and dances that coincided for everyone to be here now, including YOU!

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12 thoughts on “Day 3389: Coincidence?

  1. I so love the look of joy on the face of the toddler in Coincidance!

  2. Kelly Haran

    Absolutely love coincidences! Thanks for sharing that Einstein quote – had not heard it, but definitely agree. There is a great This American Life episode on the subject of coincidences (available via podcast I’m sure.)

  3. I fully believe in and love, love coincidences !

  4. It seemed like an incredible coincidence that, after reading about funny things here yesterday, someone shared this with me, and my first thought was of you because it made me say, “Hey, it’s the Mayo Clinic!”

  5. Folks shall debate fate vs. coincidence long into the night and the day after, Ann.

  6. I love the Deepak Chopra quote, Ann!

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