It was a day like any other day, Oma had dropped Tristan and Maya off at her mother’s house, which was not far from her house located near her place of work in the downtown business district. On the way to work she decided to stop by a local cafe and grab a cup of coffee or maybe even a smoothie.
While listening to her favorite morning talk show on the radio she heard, what appeared to be the sound of a dog howling. As she pulled into the cafe parking lot, she noticed the howling began to get louder and louder. Not knowing where the sound was coming from, she parked her SUV in the nearest parking space facing the cafe, and began searching the surroundings for this dog. She cautiously opened the vehicle door and stepped down onto the ground and at once, the howling was no more. Baffled and uneased she walked into the cafe, placed her order and headed for work.
Once she arrived to her job’s parking area, she turned to grab her belongings and realized that Tristan had left his science notebook lying on the passenger floorboard. She picked up her compact sized lunch bag, purse, and briefcase when out of the blue, without any logical explanation, Oma perceived that something was wrong. She needed to head back to the house. Without hesitation, she restarted the engine, headed back home to find that their family dog, Tachi was slouched down in the middle of her front lawn with a bloody leg and mouth. Her neighbor, Ms. Betty quickly ran to her and expressed her sincere apology that she accidently hit Tachi while backing out her garage not more than a minute or two a earlier.
WAS IT JUST SHEER COINCIDENCE OR FEMALE INTUITION?
Many of us experience these type of phenomena or scenarios from time to time, but what are they? What does it mean?
Is it dèjá vu?
Or some greater transcendental moment?
COULD IT ALL JUST BE INSTINCT?
What is this?
Have scientist properly identified, researched, and catergorized incidents such as these?
As you ponder these questions and reflect on times in which you or someone close to you have experienced similar moments, delve into this topic with a open mind and an open heart for all of us to do what we are here to do, S.I.P.
Pour it Up and let’s ……Sip, no stir !