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ID number:244815
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Published: 03.03.2003.
Language: English
Level: College/University
Literature: 2 units
References: Used
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Providence is what leads us to where our destination is. Providence guides us at times blindly to the places where our fortunes are buried. For some providence plays a fatal role, for the others, on the contrary, it is the only path to take, irrespective of what is over there not seen and not felt, but anticipated. It is some force that guides us at times when no one can help. Some call it “not belonging to the earth power”, for others it is just a mere coincidence, and the rest adhere it to God. Not all people are born believers, and that is almost right, because people do not have any difficulty or problems when they are provided with everything, when they have father and mother who take utmost care of their precious child, and that only child has an unsubconscious intention to make changes, to leave the calm bay and strive . Against who and what? And what for? And what force leads some of us to where we do not know? And why not all, just some, particularly persistent leave their “normal” way of life and search for something? And only some of those find what they are searching for unsubconsciously…
Robinson Crusoe left home without any remorse, even knowing that his father didn’t give him his blessing for Robinson’s desperate life he was planning to start as a sailor. Provided with everything, with the help of his father, Robinson could have easily started life of a sedate gentleman, could have easily make money, for he had a talent for it, but he refused. And by disobeying his father, he incurred damnation: Robinson’s father predicted that there would be such a time for him, when no one would come to his help and comfort. But Robinson, like many youngsters, was careless. And why should he be not? …

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