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Essay | Fate Freewill and Fortune

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Fate Freewill and Fortune

Summary: Fate freewill and fortune are contrasted, with references from Oedipus at Colonus, Tale of Two cities, and Dawn. Each work has a unique perspective on life.
Do you ever find yourself wondering why something happened? Or why every time something goes good in your life, something bad comes along and ruins it? I don¡¦t know about everyone else but I find this happening quite often. And I don¡¦t have any strong opinions on why everything happens the way it does, but I do have to stop and ask my self once and awhile; was this fate, my own doing, or just plain bad luck"!

When I find myself asking the question, why? My mind tends to try and blame someone else for my own wrong doing or unfavorable situation. For instance, in the story Oedipus at Colonus, Oedipus¡¦ wife tells him after his fortune has been told that ¡§No skill in the world, nothing human can penetrate the future¡¨. Agreeing and going along with the idea of fate is, in...

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