I don’t believe I have an obsessive personality. And I don’t think I “suffer” from some sort of obsessive compulsive behavior. But I admit I’ve spent a significant amount of time pondering a numerical curiosity. And it appears the number 3 is a charm.
Now, I’m not talking about the search for the secret keys to the universe, like Nikola Tesla talked about. He figured they could be found by thinking “in terms of energy, frequency, and vibration.” And some say he was obsessed with the combination of 3, 6, and 9.
I’ve looked at some of the calculations and tabulations involved in the Golden Ration and Vortex Math. And while it’s fascinating to ponder, I’m not in awe of where scientists tend to want to go with the information. I’m not quite sure if Nikola went with the evolutionary side of science or not. But too many scientists do.
Oh, sorry, I just sidetracked down a rabbit hole there. Let’s get back to me and my focus on 3.
And maybe 3 IS a charm.
After all, 3 is the main number for a lot of the building blocks in life. Atoms are made up of protons, electrons, and neutrons. And time exists as past, present, and future. Math is built on positive, negative, and zero. And of course, there’s no greater example of the power of 3 than the Holy Trinity: God in three persons. Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
So, that, once again, brings me back to the number 3 and my obsession…er…interest with it. First, my birth date is 3. And the numbers of my birth month equal 3 when added together. And the month and date added together equal 6, which is the number of man. Plus, when I lay out some tabulations, I reach the number 25. And if you subtract the 2 from the 5, you get 3. I could go on.
But I’m not obsessed.
And I don’t walk around a building three times before I enter. And I don’t have to stay in hotel rooms with numbers divisible by three. I’m not obsessed with it, like Nikola Tesla.
Even though, I noticed I used some key words 3 times each in this little brain dump of mine. So, maybe I should just say goodbye, farewell, auf wiedersehen for now.
And may the
God of Hope
Bless you today,
Tomorrow, and forever.
(see what I did there?)
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