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“Obstacles, can allow us to fall into our divine destiny”  Dr, Summer Reed

Destiny or Fate?

 Although the words are used interchangeably in many cases, fate and destiny can be distinguished. It depends on how narrow or broad the definitions are. Broadly speaking, fate is individual's destiny. More accurate, traditional usage defines fate as a power or agency that predetermines and orders the course of events (Greek definition). Fate defines events as ordered or "inevitable" and unavoidable. Destiny is used with regard to the finality of events as they have worked themselves out; and that same sense of Destination, projected into the future to become the flow of events as they will work themselves out. In other words, fate relates to events of the Future and present of an individual and in cases in literature unalterable, whereas destiny relates to the probable future.



Destiny is seen as the final outcome, independently of the events that proceeds, which are inevitable and unchangeable per themselves, but as a sequence, that could be arranged and rearranged in order to arrive to the final outcome.

There is the often confusing arguments, that individuals can choose their own destiny by selecting different "paths" throughout their life, even though the different courses of action the individuals take nonetheless lead to a very predetermined destiny.  Let's talk about destiny and love.