Insight Into The Mind Of A Stoner: Fate

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Hello fellow readers, on occasion (most nights) I like to puff the magic dragon (Get baked, high, stoned etc).

A Late night stoner normally ponders some of the craziest conceptions. (We aren't stupid cannabis opens the mind)

during this article i look into what i believe is our unconscious as mankind. and my ideals on fate

The craziest stuff comes from the depths of a stoners mind.

Submitted: December 18, 2011

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Overview
 
Fate Defines who we are, But we define fate.- Mathew Wrigley”
 
It was written. My life and its story over its 22 years so far feels like I had minimal control. Like some choices weren’t really mine, I was supposed to do that. This feeling is commonly known as fate. Through this discussion I will address what I believe fate to be and its structure.
 
Many believe that for fate to be it must cancel out free will, this I do not agree with. They in fact both work in harmony, one dependent on the others existence.In fates truest form the choice to accept or deny such fate is possible. That choice I truly believe we have, I’ve met many who have given up. Being brought up in a small town with not much opportunity gives you a lot of men and women with dead dreams. However being brought up in such a community infused by gossipers is the base of this discussions concept.
 
Ask yourself this, is it a persons fate to inhale heroin? Is it a hobos fate to live on the street? Is it there fault their in this position? Or is it just a part of it?
 
 
 
 
 
 
Fates Design
 
 
Firstly I do believe my life and the people I live with at times have been been dictated by fate. I don't believe this is by the power of a personal God. An example of a scenario to help build an understanding is with a man heart broken over his ex-girlfriend leaving him. Not spoke a word or laid eyes on each other for months. On the car journey back to university packed full of books, clothes and technology, he spots her walking past the car. Some people would call this a coincidence, or a lucky occurrence. Just other words to explain the same ideal. Now I believe of a structure, one of random occurrences known as a cloud or mist of fate. Manifested by a community connected Everybody has a choice, small ones and big ones. 
 
We have the choice to go through door A or door B. 
 
This is true, try it if you like.  Each choice sends a ripple through such cloud. This is also known as cause and effect.These ripples not only effect the cloud changing its distribution and structure. They are the cloud. A collection of mass ripples occurring at all times. These are the effects of a choice which lie out of our control. We can choose to walk through door A but we can't choose what’s through door A. These ripples then effect other people in the community. Not every ripple creates a mass communal impact but some do. 
To publish a book is a choice, the ones who read that book are its effect.
 
Now this couldn't occur with just 2 people but when a community full of thousands if not hundreds of thousands all have the ability of choice, which creates ripples then the design and distribution of that cloud is endless. Well as endless as the people who inhabit it. 
 
You don't see a friend for years, then suddenly that morning they pop into your mind for an unknown reason. Later on that day they ring to say hello.
 
 
Evaluation
 
 
During this discussion I have tried to describe my theory on fate. That I don't believe it is in a personal God's power and that I do believe it is in our power as mankind. As a group we can strive to improve our own fates and others. Some sort of unconscious which is created via all our thoughts and choices. Some of these can send ripples even through the ages, some ideals still stand today 'Jesus Christ, Shakespeare'
 
One morning person B knocks person A's phone out of his hand, He stops in anger and goes to pick up his phone. Wasting a few seconds he then proceeds to cross the road where a car speeds past him. If he hadn't had to pick up his phone Person C would of hit Person A
 
person A was effected by person B who knocked his phone out his hand. which created a effect or ripple which he had no conscious or control over. This ripple stopped person C from running Person A over. In the end our choices do matter and have a massive impact. They create our dreams, which can be influenced by others. I don't think we should thank a fictional entity for this but the thanks should go to mankind as a whole. 


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