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11:11

Hello!

It's 11:11 so make a wish. You know I am very oddly superstitious in certain things. I do not believe in black cat nonsense or number 13 is unlucky or say 666 belongs to the demon..
But when I randomly notice the time and it is 11:11, I believe it is lucky and quickly make a wish. 
What's my wish right now, only my Mother knows actually!

I have even researched on the theories of 11:11. 

I read this online, "There are many different theories out there to express exactly what this apparent phenomenon of seeing the numbers 1111 is all about. The most common theory is that when you see these numbers you should simply make a wish, and it is believed that it will come true. Some people claim that when this number is seen it means that there is some kind of window opening up in your life and you should ask for the guidance of your ‘angels’ to find out what it is. Other theories state that there is something significant happening in the moment that you are in and you should pay attention to what is going on in your surroundings."

What I feel is that whenever you see this number, anywhere, it means that its a sign telling you that you are right where you are meant to be. So I guess right now I am absolutely meant to write a blog post about 11:11.

Some may find this silly, but K and I really believe in the significance of this number. K even takes a screenshot on his phone each time 11:11 pops up. 

Now it is 11:20 and I am waiting for my kickboxing sir to come. I am piled with work suddenly. Just when I was enjoying my break and binge watching Vampire Dairies, massive work popped up. I should be grateful actually, which I am, but I can't help feel annoyed too. I really just want to do nothing and watch shows all day long. 

Can I please switch off and teleport to Europe along with my laptop and good internet connection. That will be my next wish when I see 11:11.

Peace




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