Day 13 - Serendipity

People perk up when they find a quarter on the ground, they maybe fist pump the air when they find a $10 bill in pants they never got around to washing, and get positively ecstatic and celebrate their fortune if it's anything over $20.

I think serendipity is overlooked, like the many pennies people walk past every day, like the overheard conversation that can get you to apply for that new role you didn't know was opening up, or the person that leaves the line to take a call and you get the last sandwich you've been craving.

These tiny interactions can easily be overlooked though arguably fortuitous. Would you rather a lifetime of consistently positively delightful yet small interactions or $1 million dollars?


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