Thursday, April 28, 2011

On X

Years back, I attended a workshop I wasn't intending to attend, told a person I met that he had no idea what he was talking about, debated that for weeks, ended up becoming friends. Last year, he told my current boss I would be prefect for the job I am today deliriously happy with. It was just meant to be.

My life has been one chaotic mess of accidental events, all of which have eventually ended up enriching my life in ways I could never imagine.

In life, as in algebra, there is the 'x' which eventually balances every equation.

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drabble is a story told in exactly 100 words.

Last year, it was X for Unknown

11 comments:

Anne K. Albert said...

Like you, I believe everything and everyone we meet changes the path of our life in some small way. Great post!

LTM said...

oh, wow! I'm so loving this X day! Everyone's getting so creative. The letter that balances the equations. very cool~ :o) <3

Margot Kinberg said...

Natashsa - I am a firm, firm believer that if we're open to it, we do what we are meant to do. And yes, the equation balances out. We just have to be open to it...

Rosalind Adam said...

What a lovely thought that it was all meant to be. Sometimes it's hard to see your way out of chaos. There's not always a balancing x in sight.

Debra She Who Seeks said...

It's funny how life works out, isn't it?

Stephanie V said...

Clever way to work in an X.
It just shows that life may seem random to us but there must plans for connectedness going on.

Marjorie said...

You WOULD use a math term! Haha! Actually it's not the algebra that gives me trouble. It's the "easier" things.

Chuck said...

Good end result for you courtesy of the chaos theory. Nice post Rayna.

kmckendry said...

Oh I love your analogy! I will never think of algebra in the same way again!

sue said...

Very clever look at X. Well done! Sue@JumpingAground (Alliteration & drabbles)
Sue@traverselife(Workplace bullying)

dipali said...

Such a wonderful X!!!!!

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