Fate


Fate has no boundaries. It can be taken or given at any moment in time.

Fate can be patient, harsh or tremendous in deliverance.

Fate isn’t bias, has no strings attached except for what is perhaps a tremendous force of will power passed down from earths natural habitat.

Fate can form its habitual habits within nature by man or living force upon nature.

Fate can be glorious, or rather subtle and perhaps lenient to the eye of the beholder.

Fates boundaries shouldn’t tread lightly through abnormalities within circumstances in such divine ways.

After all, fate is free will through humanity.

Fate is passed down astronomically to future generations in hindsight, perhaps insight in creation of all things.

Fate is how we choose a formality in theory of all things.

Fate may become a way of life; habitual justification, philosophical and/ or spiritual growth.

Fate without just cause in its own unhealthy habitat within humanity may become dubious to envy, power, greed and/or glory.

Fate may at times become punitive, deferential and turbulent on cultures based on the wrath of haste or sometimes without rationale.

However, fate implores humanity not to define fate as a comparison to free will, nor brand insanity within itself.

After all, fate never cease to exist in circumstances beyond existences, nor without creation and life…

Copyright © by Marsha Beede

2016

All Rights Reserved 

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