Do you believe in synchronicity? Well I don't 'believe' in it, but have been experiencing a lot of it in daily life of late. What do they mean or what do they convey? Search me!!! But they do happen. Take for instance the fact that I have been visiting the dentist lately. I could not resist asking how many teeth I had left inside that cave. It accounted for the wisdom teeth which came and went unaccounted for - without warning. In fact I did not know I was wise until I was told they had to be removed. So, even though I did not celebrate my wisdom, I surely rued their loss. And yes, the departure was a lot painful than the arrival ..... in fact the arrival was not even noticed. I have to thank @Srama and a few threads on Karma for bringing me to this topic. See the synchronicity? Srama talked of visits to the dentist. That made me think of my lost wisdom teeth. Then I read a few threads on "Karma" (hmmm... just wait till I get my hands on her!) and could not help feeling sad that despite all my years and experiences, I still feel inadequate when it comes to talking wisely about any topic. Leave alone talking about the topic, I still need to look for guidance in the matter. Then I consoled myself thinking of the 'lost wisdom'. But on a more serious note, I find myself more and more inadequate when sharing any 'pearls of wisdom' (I mean the proverbial ones, not the real ones I mentioned earlier) because I find there is no one answer that suits all. Then there are so many theories / philosophies one is aware of, that one is convinced by on an intellectual level, but is unable to necessarily relate to in terms of experience. There are just those occasional "Eureka" moments when there is a sense of having vaguely grasped the sense of one of them. Our own experiences are so varied, leave alone the myriad experiences of millions of people in another order of million situations ..... Is there a universal wisdom? Which brings me to @Thyagarajan's "Right is wrong and vice versa" ..... See synchronicity at work again? So many topics around the same general theme. And now, I consider it wise to stop, because wisdom lies in doing so, before the readers stop and leave.