Serendipity

Serendipity means a “happy accident” or “pleasant surprise”; specifically, the accident of finding something good or useful without looking for it. For those who “get it”. Serendipity is also the way the Omega and his court send us “messages”. So sometimes serendipity can be of a divine nature.

In general, serendipity is the act of finding something valuable or delightful when you are not looking for it. In information technology, serendipity often plays a part in the recognition of a new product need or in solving a design problem. Web surfing can be an occasion for serendipity since you sometimes come across a valuable or interesting site when you are looking for something else!

The word that has been coined to describe this phenomenon coined a fascinating word in the English language – Serendipity. Just that one, almost mysterious word encapsulates both charm and mystery. The dictionary defines it thus: “Good luck in making unexpected and fortunate discoveries.” What makes the word even more intriguing is that it has so consistently defied translated into other languages that it has just been used as it is – Serendipity!

Another Serendipitous “fact”:

Amazingly, in numerology, the word Serendipity, combining the numerical value if each letter (1+5+9+5+5+4+9+7+9+2+7 = 63/9) translates into: “Serendipity – reflects the good of mankind. It is the humanitarian power to make things happen and the integrity to stay the course. A mover and shaker, without a selfish bone in its make-up, and which attracts wide respect and support. It seems that even the Universe tends to support what this word represents., as it speaks to people from all walks of life. It pursues goals other than money and power, seeking justice, and wanting to feed the hungry and sick. And yet…..the resources it needs to do the job seem to always magically appear” ………….WOW!

 

Credit to go to:http://factoidz.com/one-word-that-could-change-your-whole-life-forever/   source:http://whatis.techtarget.com/definition/0,,sid9_gci214543,00.html

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