Friday, August 24, 2007

Whenever you mention Destiny, you better get rid of that capital D - It Doesn't Matter

Fate, Destiny. Inevitable but I digress. Each step we take determines. Every choice, decision, action can and will change the course. Having the power of choice can frequently frustrate. It's much easier to sit back; watch the world go 'round. Or is it. It's harder to be miserable knowing you allowed it to happen, accepted your fate as disappointment is easier to overcome knowing you tried. My choice is to at least try. At least try.


Blogger cube said...

Came by via BE & thought you looked familiar.

RE: your post

I just try to live & let live. So far it's worked for me.

Take care.

2:08 PM  
Anonymous Frances said...

It's all we can do - just try.
Love the Garcia picture.
Found you on BlogExplosion.

4:52 PM  
Anonymous jane said...

I don't think I believe in destiny, or predetermination. It's interesting cuz people talk about "if I could do things over again" how perfectly we'd do them. But if we did every thing over perfectly, we wouldn't have so many of the good things we have (like my kids) or characteristics, appreciations & even friends.

4:59 PM  
Blogger runlikehell said...

Let's get rid of the capital D in "Doesn't" as well.

Thanks for your comment in "in memoriam - catbox murphy-grady"

... a nice surprise from out of the blogosphere

8:04 AM  
Blogger Shrinking Wop said...

That's why I buy lottery tickets. At least I try. But for me the question I always ask myself is "Self, how come god never tells anyone to buy a pony?"

Think about that for awhile.

7:04 PM  
Blogger otilius said...

fare thee well!

4:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

After many tries sometimes success comes,rewarding the kind that never gives up.BONNE et HEUREUSE ANNEE.GPV.

6:06 PM  
Blogger Invisible Blogger said...

Dropping by each of my blogroll friends' "homes". Sorry to hear of your brother in law.. glad to see you're still here.

11:55 PM  
Blogger Indeterminacy said...

I came by to see how you were doing - at the end of August my wife was in a car accident and it took her some months to recover. I was not online much. She recovered completely, so it is nothing to worry about.

Well, I hope you are doing alright - and hope you'll send me a message to prove it.

Kind wishes, and all the best for 2008.

1:45 AM  
Blogger Matthew S. Urdan said...

Hey Helen, long time no see...Hey, I want to invite you to a new site: FohBoh, ( the online networking site for the International Restauarnt Industry. It's got great information and interaction with restaurant professionals, executive chefs, videos of culinary techniques and recipe preparation, a vibrant wine community with internationally renowned somelliers and people like you and me just interested in food and drink. The site is worth checking out, and I think you'd find a great deal of value there for both yourself and your blog.

Have an awesome day!

Meltwater. Torrents. Meanderings. Delta.

4:29 PM  
Blogger Invisible Blogger said...

awwww it's too quiet here :'(

11:15 PM  
Blogger Ohio Bobcat said...

I spell destiny with the same "d" that I spell disappointment with. The only difference is what you said about personal accountability. We can make a change and that is something The Grateful Dead & The Dead have taught me through their music. I should mention that this is a very beautiful blog and I am truly glad you have shown me the light--even though I hope I have been looking at it right..peace sister

12:04 AM  
Anonymous gel said...

Hope you're doing well.
I'll always remember you.
(I know longer have the "good vibrations" blog... opened a different one)

I think of you when I find "Garcia" ties (on mega sale) for my husband.

11:12 PM  

Post a Comment

<< Home