Are you any of the below ?
1. You know 3 seconds before the front door bell is about to ring ?
2. You know when you ‘re about to get bad news / good news ?
3. Someone asks you how many people were at Karan‘s wedding and you random say 1500 people and you were right ? ( This happened yesterday !)
We were discussing this very aspect and a much enlightened friend said, “ We humans have lost a few abilities along the way. We got caught up in some ways of life – habits of indulgence, laziness, depressions. We made some alternative choices that dulled our sensory perceptions, we lost tastes buds and peripheral vision-awareness. There are many things a child will intuitively access, but an older person in the room will just walk past it. Or thru’ it. Try it, test it. We have much more than we think we know that we have..”
Am still thinking on this, spending a quiet monday outdoors, watching, observing life..maybe it is true. We are much more than we know…
Over a period of 200 years, 3 ships perished at the same location of the coast of Wales, on the same day (December 5th) and all 3 had only one survivor.The 3 survivors all had the same name : Hugh Willaiams.
December 5, 1785, another ship sunk in the Menai Strait, with again everyone aboard dying except for one man…named Hugh Williams.
And then again, on December 5, 1820, yet another ship sunk in the Menai Strait. Only one man survived, and he was named Hugh Williams. This is an awesome legend, and the scope of the coincidence is staggering. Another source actually references two other British shipwrecks with the lone survivors bearing the name Hugh Williams, except they weren’t on December 5. In one of those wrecks, there were actually two survivors, an uncle and nephew, and both were named Hugh Williams. And so despite having two survivors, you could still technically say of the wreck “the only man to survive was named Hugh Williams.”)
- Earthquake: From 8km deep in the earth beneath north Wales came a rumbling that shook Banbridge and rattled the Antrim Glens (belfasttelegraph.co.uk)