Running with Fate
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lbingamenNo boundaries
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Wherever you go is your fate.

Running with Fate

by lbingamen

Sometimes I feel as if I'm in a game of tug of war with god

And with every faulty move I choose I fade deeper into the fog

But if I turn around Is it truly wrong?

Or is it fate just tricking me Is my fate playing hide and seek?

But I know what I want And what I want isn't right

But as long as I feel free I think i'll be alright

And when dawn hits the sky The sun will still shine on me

And through every goodbye I know what things were meant to be

I'll always live in circles and cycles But never in denial

I'll just keep on running Just waiting on fates arrival

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3 months agoReply
You stole the thoughts straight from my mind. I just have a feeling my life is going to turn into a completely different direction than I am expecting.. But I know i'm ready. My choices are my fate and my choices are in fates hands. @bernardtwindwil

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3 months agoReply
When I was growing up in the 1950s scientists and theologians agreed in the concept of "free will". Both have gone to the idea of predestination. Science says our actions and behaviors are predetermined on a molecular level and have been so since the beginning of time. Theologians say that our actions and behaviors are predetermined by God and have been so since the beginning of time. So, I say. Why fight it and who cares which camp is correct. Live your life as you see fit and do what brings you and others joy. Believe in who you are. Determine good and bad on your own.

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4 months agoReply
Thank you! @green217

green217Just your local History enthusiast
4 months agoReply
Nice poem! I liked the concept.