13 Crazy Coincidences That Could Make You Believe in Fate

20 November, 2013 at 20:07 | Posted in Funny things :-) | Leave a comment

By Tara MacIsaac
Epoch Times

Some events truly seem against all odds. Could these events really just be chance, or are they signs of a greater design? Here are some astounding personal accounts and some famous “coincidences.”

Some events truly seem against all odds. Could these events really just be chance, or are they signs of a greater design? Here are some astounding personal accounts and some famous “coincidences.”

The personal accounts were given by social media users on Quora and Reddit.

1. Of All the Payphones in France …

My wife and her brother were traveling through Europe in the spring of 1986. I was home working in California.

I knew their itinerary but did not know exactly where they were. [I] hadn’t talked to them in a couple of days. [I] got bored [and] called an overseas operator and got her to call a pay phone outside of Monet’s gardens in Giverny [, France].

After about 15 rings, someone finally picked up the phone. It was my wife. Needless to say, it blew both our minds.

2. A Mysterious Bond Between Families

About six years ago, my family traveled to San Diego. While we were there, we befriended a family made up of two little people and their teenage son, who was average-sized. We spent a few hours with them and parted ways.

Four years ago, my family traveled on an Alaskan cruise line. We had dinner on day three, and who’s sitting at the table next to us?
The family of little people [and their] teenage son.

We all laugh about it and spend the last two days of the cruise hanging out …

Last year, my family traveled to Australia. We were having a jolly time looking at all the things that could kill us. One day, we decide to go scuba-diving at the Great Barrier Reef. Who do you think was in our instruction group? The … family of little people [and their] teenage son.

Read more: 13 Crazy Coincidences That Could Make You Believe in Fate » The Epoch Times

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