Life’s Ratio

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time to place your bets

venture into life’s crapshoot

social roll of dice

magical numbers

spiraling patterns predict

nature’s roll of dice

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Reena’s Exploration Challenge #88

I’ll admit I got distracted when attempting to respond to Reena’s challenge. As I researched the words, magical numbers, I came across articles about the Fibonacci sequence and The Golden Ratio, which is related to magical numbers in nature. These articles reminded me of a post written by the astute, Ali Anani, Ph.D., whom I have the utmost respect for.

Dr. Anani is one of the contributors to beBee.com, the social media site that I follow and also contribute to. His article (we refer to articles as buzzes in beBee.com land), including comments from his readers, brings to mind that no matter what one believes in, nature is a major player in our destiny. And yes, I believe there is magic in numbers, but as with human nature and mother nature, there will good times and bad times. And so it goes.

https://www.bebee.com/producer/@ali-anani/fibonacci-based-organizations

https://steemit.com/popularscience/@stranger27/fibonacci-sequence-and-golden-ratio-magic-numbers-of-nature

-Eugenia

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24 replies

  1. one three seven
    all numbers
    divine
    from heaven~!

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  2. Well done and I agree about nature playing a part in everything. Trees guide me. Hubby didn’t believe me until we were lost and I just magically knew the way. The trees guided me.

    Have a fabulous day and weekend, Eugenia. ♥

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  3. 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144… the further out you go, the closer the ratio between two consecutive numbers approaches the Golden Ratio (1.618034). Amazing how everything comes together…

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  4. Well done, Eugenia! 🙂

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  5. Thought provoking I post. I am intrigued by numbers numerologically but hate math… Go figure…

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  6. I liked the poem and thanks for the plug about beBee…I will have to go and see what all the buzz is about 😉

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    • Thank you! I find beBee friendly, fun and never a boring moment. Since it is based in Madrid, it has an international flair. There are a lot of good writers that contribute.

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  7. Profound! I read it twice to get the link between the two, and the word that remained with me is ‘dice’. How everything in life is a function of this word – decisions we make, risks taken and whatever is termed destiny.

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  8. Reblogged this on Reena Saxena and commented:

    Life’s Ratio —- by Eugenia in response to Exploration Challenge #88

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  9. i’m not so into numbers
    but i’m fascinated
    by quantities 🙂

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