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Everyone has a certain amount of fate in his or her life. It's to be expected.
For destiny or Fate
Greeks were incredibly interested in fate. Greeks were interested in fate because they did not believe in life after death.
Zoroaster believed that human fate, both in life and the afterlife were controlled based on the person's spirit (or character) and that their ultimate fate would be decided based on how they had chosen to live their life.
The fate of most fetus is to be born and become humans, or other life forms that start out as a fetus.
It symbolizes a perishable fate in life.
The Fate who spins the thread of life
No. I disagree with the above earlier answer. Of course he is. Whatever actions you take during your life will have consequences, thus impinging or altering your situation in some way. Even if you were able to do absolutely nothing, say, lie in bed all day long or just sit in a chair, you would still have some effect upon your life i.e. fate
There actually were three goddesses of fate, called Moirai or Moirae. They were led by Zeus Moiragetes, the god of fate. The three goddesses were named Klotho (who spun the thread of life), Lakhesis (who measured the thread of life), and Atropos [or Aisa] (who cut the thread of life).
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