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Random love is not fate: How to explain Serendipity



So I’m sure you’ve seen enough romantic comedies and Nickelback videos to convince yourself that love does still exist in somewhat strange ways nowadays.  Now as am ambassador, marketer, and official blogger for a dating company that hosts singles events why should I bring up the “love formula”?  Well for one people still cling on to the notion that they will meet the one while dropping a pile of envelopes while waiting in line at UPS, or magically eye contact will be made while in a drunken stupor on the dance floor.  That’s worth clinging on to but let me explain the science behind that fate.


The problem is people want to think less of it as a formula and more as random circumstances that make two people meet and create more fire than a middle eastern U.S. Embassy.  But when you come to think of it, how many factors need to be present for this serendipity to happen?  First you must be willing to even want to look for love not that you have to be desperately looking for it, but even a glimpse of hope is needed.  Second the timing has to be there – it’s nearly impossible if you’re busy stuck at work all the time or stressed out about a recent breakup to let the formula take control.  Also, it’s important to note that the other person has to go through the same timing and enthusiasm to meet someone for it to work.  So when people say “wow this was meant to be” well based on timing and various stress levels (or lack thereof) it indeed was meant to happen.  Maybe it’s the fact that there are so many factors involved that it can only be explained as an act of fate but really it’s not that serious. 



Remember, the formula can happen anywhere it doesn’t matter if it’s at a coffee shop, gas station, or even an awesome Scenergy Dating event – live a little and witness magic!



One thought on “Random love is not fate: How to explain Serendipity

  1. Dear serendipity author: Thank-you for the pep talk. I’m 52 and headed to a speed mingle tonight. 🙂

    Posted by LAFlores | October 18, 2012, 1:45 pm

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