“Sometimes you head out the door not having a clue as to why you’re hurrying so fast, or dawdling so fiercely. Why would it possibly matter that you are on the road at 1:11 instead of 1:16? How does it make any difference that you’re stopping at a coffee shop, or a bookstore, or a car wash? Such is the nature of Divine convergence; the way in which the Divine places us, pushes us, prods us to be in the right place at the right time.
What is convergence? In earth reality, a coming together from different directions. In Universal reality, what happens when you find yourself in one place, and the other person finds him or herself in the exact same place, at the exact same time. It might not be another person, either. It might be an animal, or an idea, or a thought, or an experience. It might be the words of on the page of the book we suddenly reached for, without knowing why, high upon the shelf. And the answer we had been looking for all day was finally found in those words. We accept these convergences all the time.”
Sara Wiseman, in “Living a Life of Gratitude”
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