Chances Are

CHANCES ARE

For those who like to parse a poem, you may have noticed both gods and God appear in the first three stanzas.

The reference in the first stanza to Einstein comes from the famous response he received from Niels Bohr for his often repeated adage expressing his distaste for quantum mechanical theory that God doesn’t throw dice with the universe:

“Stop telling God what to do with his dice.”

And who knows, our grandest purpose in life could be to provide surprise.

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