Synchronicity is a concept, first explained by psychiatrist Carl Jung, which holds that events are “meaningful coincidences” if they occur with no causal relationship, yet seem to be meaningfully related. Wikipedia
Yesterday, turning the corner to my home, my son Blake with me. We’d just driven 1 1/2 hours that normally would have taken 20-minutes, safely through a storm of 70 mile-an-hour winds. As I drove down the curvy road next to my subdivision, we paid close attention to our home peaking out between other neighboring homes. Looking high above the other homes we wondered if anything was torn off the roof? I.e. shingles, siding ripped off etc., all seemed well.
Goodness, the home in tact but rounding the corner to my home, now in full view, we saw this.
As you can see, the picture on the left didn’t touch my home much to my amazement and thank-fullness!
The Synchronicity of it all is……Since early spring when this gorgeous Weeping Willow tree limbs began sprouting their greenery, I noted the dead side of the tree, thus causing me to wonder if I should have the whole thing removed to replace with a new tree!
Viola! No one hurt and no home to rehab, the tree down, answer solved!
Sadly, homeowners insurance, paid like clockwork, will not cover the removal. I often wonder why we have insurance if it doesn’t pay for this type of event too.
The good side of this is all are well, the tree can now be removed and perhaps a new Dogwood to take it’s place!
I love synchronicity!