Sometimes we have to call Time on things that help us not - toxicity and entrapment, condemnation and a host of other things unacceptable to Who We Are, although there's no Right or Wrong in this quantum version of events, because life is not really about judgement beyond what keeps us alive. Judgement is too easily applied by the human mind, in the confusion of social expectation and scientific exploration. and my feeling about "what we deserve" is based on the "de-service" we render to Time and Space, in the fullness of its multiple dimensions, while the spacetime I occupy now is one of transformative action, changing of habits, new ways of thinking about problems that have long caused too much stress.In other words, another oscillation.
Sitting on the train between Euston and Elstree I was thinking that I should have eaten a couple of encyclopedias in preparation for this - I'd done no general-knowledge revision at all. Whereupon a voice boomed at me from nowhere (I looked around to check whether anyone else had heard it) saying,
"THERE WILL BE A QUESTION ON MONOPOLY AND THE ANSWER WILL BE MAYFAIR."
I thought it strange, and worth noting, but blow me down, on the Cashbuilder round, sure enough Bradley asked me a question about Monopoly. I had no idea, in knowledge terms, what the answer was but memory of the train kicked in and I said Mayfair, as you would. Sure enough, another £1.000 went into the bank and if you ever see the footage (perhaps I should upload the video!) you'll see an element of surprise on both our faces.
So, moving along the present timeline at a reasonably steady pace with a reasonable sense of self-security, I can safely say that I'm a pretty unique person, as we all are, and I happen to have been given some pretty strange experiences en route to learning what I now know. Convincing me in the process that learning is a journey, not a destination, and that whatever we think can happen can happen, and does, only not in the way we expect, because the Uncertainty Principle is what it is.