Wednesday, 5 February 2014
Fate and Control
Anyway, the guy in this talk was pretty young so he isn't a philosophy professor or anything like that but he used this analogy: he knows his wife wont put sugar in her tea. Now that isn't to say that he makes his wife not put sugar in her tea, but he knows her enough that he can be sure she wont. And that's how he believes fate works: we have control but it is already known how we will react because its still us doing it and we all behave predictably if you know us well enough. Does that make sense? It's an idea I've been sitting with for a few days and trying it on to see if it fits, like a new outfit!
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Posted by Orange Girl