The Noodler – 6.22.17

It’s been awhile… took a break due to a jacked up wrist and moving and life generally kicking my arse.

The idea is every day, I will post a “noodler” – questions using the daily prompt, with the hope to inspire interaction and response.  I will respond for me in my comments, and you can respond in comments, or re-blog with your response and ask your readers to participate too.  

Today’s Noodler:

If you could go out and grab the morning paper, and it would detail all that would happen to you today, would you read it? Would you read it if it contained the details for people you love? Why or why not?

Comment or Re-blog with your answers!

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  1. No. Because then life would be too predictable and become boring. THEN, if something less than happy were to happen, you wouldn’t be able to help “trying to change” your actions and thus, change the course of your life, intertwined with others, and really mess the Universe up – there’s been movies done all about this…think The Butterfly Effect.

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    1. Couldn’t agree more. I think the second you’d read it, you’d invalidate it, as you are aware and so that future no longer is possible. It would actually become reading a report of yesterday, in a sense.

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  2. I wouldn’t. I think, if anything, it would be a waste of time. In reading, I would have changed the future, so the future I read is no longer feasible. Just by knowing, I’d change my actions and still result in a different reality then the one stated. Further, I kind of believe that every day is a projection of your mind’s perception, so if you read your day, it would merely be confirmation of what your mind said was possible. It would eliminate any chance of inspiration, or surprise, or, in truth, fate.

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      1. Personally I think a person has the ability, given no restraints, to do anything they want. Completely free to make all kinds of mistakes or good deeds. Once done, whether they blame themselves is a whole other discussion. 🙂

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      2. Agreed – I really think the entire concept of karma is more an entity of your mind – the scorekeeper, versus any sort of God’s tally of your bad and good. I think everything in life really is a choice and the worst thing you can do is think you have none. I think free will and choice are all paths we can all take, and there’s no wrong path per se, it’s just where you will head. Like one of those pick your own ending games.

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