Life’s little stories

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  1. Sucheta says:

    It’s a small world after all!

  2. I agree. I have also had some experiences where a life story has sounded stranger than a fictional book. We connect with people who share our coincidences. I think it’s a way the Universe tells/shows us that one person. I never forget such instances and always ponder about such acquaintances.

  3. Sid says:

    Coincidences galore 🙂
    sometimes, things that happen in life are stranger than fiction

  4. Shilpi says:

    One of my friend was highly impressed by the boyfriend of her roommate’s sister. Her roommate used to share stories how her sister’s boyfriend pampers her and so on. My friend always wished to have life partner like that guy and guess what couple of years down the line she met that guy who brokeup with his past gf for family reasons. Soon they became friends and now are happily married.

  5. Shilpa Garg says:

    What a lovely coincidence! And guess what, I have experienced the same. I had met KG’s friend once in Jaipur and then we met again in Mumbai. While we were exchanging notes, we came to know that we both were staying in Kandivli East, Lokhandwala Complex, Anita Nagar… only the building numbers were different! And then on, we became inseparable! 🙂

  6. Dashy says:

    Wow, that must have been so exciting. Here one of my roommates in the hostel happens to be from my gramps place…and our grandparents were friends too and so did our parents know one another. It was a sweet discovery following which we met back at our gramps place too during the weekend. 🙂
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  7. Roopa says:

    Often hear these coincidences in movies..glad you got to be part of one such sweet coincidence..

  8. Lovey says:

    Such a lovely post Parul. I agree that sometimes coincidence ends up making memories for life. Hope you see her sometime soon again on that road.

  9. Hema says:

    What a sweet post, Parul. How I love life’s little coincidences 🙂

  10. wow! what a happy coincidence! Indeed life’s way stranger than fiction! what are the odds really?

    Shubhangi @ The Little Princess

  11. So many coincidences! And that too for such a short duration. Makes me wonder whether life is like the book of a really crazy author. And this author manages to put plot twists and heart-warming moments just to spice things up a little!

    All the best for the #BarAThon!

  12. Vinay Leo R. says:

    Ah. Such tales do happen. I remember going for a marriage function on the bride’s side, and finding that the groom knew one of my school friends. 😀 It makes one think, it’s a small world after all.
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  13. samra says:

    Your story reminded me of one that happened to us! We bumped into a degree college of my husband’s in a local train in Florida, after almost 8 years! Tirupati to a local train in Florida! See !

    Nice take on the prompt Parul. Enjoyed reading it. And good luck for the next ones.

  14. Geets says:

    What an interesting thing to know! Small world it is indeed! And all of this information in mere 5 minutes! Brilliant!

    Loved your take 🙂

    Cheers

  15. Road crossed successfully without any divine intervention and no ghost spotting but finding a stranger whom you knew in so many ways and yet you still don’t know her makes you trust goodness of life. You can call them miracles or co-incidences. Thank you Parul for steering my compass to your post. How so ever interesting those spooky stories were but I had reached the pinnacle with- bas ab aatma parmatma ka chakkar bahut ho gaya. Ha now I can sleep peacefully 😀
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  16. Its like fate is bringing the world together… there is no other explanation. For two absolute strangers with so much in common to be in that exact same spot at that exact same time and actually think to talk with each other.
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  17. Lovely piece of the day, much required.

  18. Deepankar says:

    Coincidence….greatness of life is hidden in these small precious nostalgic momentous moments…they indeed spice up the journey called life …

  19. That was quite a coincidence. Sometimes the world seems like such a small place – like how we found the Kurukshetra connection. And that is such a tiny place with a small population. I once met another lady who lived on the floor above mine here in Pune and turned out to be my cousin’s classmate (also from K’shetra). But coincidences are such fun.
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  20. Aditi says:

    What a lovely coincidence! Life is, at times stranger than fiction! 🙂
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  21. Bhavya says:

    Indeed, such incidents make us wonder about the great scriptwriter in whose hands we are mere puppets. Hope you have many more such interesting situations in life 🙂

  22. Mayuri says:

    That’s such a lovely slice of life you shared. Hope you both bump into each other again:)

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