"When things are meant to be, I guess they do happen", I replied.
We chatted about it for awhile. "As a scientist, I can't make sense of how things happen", she mused. "They defy all laws of science as we know it."
"I don't even think about it", I told her. "When things are supposed to happen they do. We don't understand it today, but a century later, it may be mainstream science."
It is not fatalistic to think that what it meant to be will be- that's reality.
A drabble is a story told in exactly 100 words.