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The Butterfly Effect...Does It Really Work?

Published on 8/15/2016
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Does the Butterfly Effect really work?

You be the judge...


Last week while shopping for dish detergent in my favorite super market I noticed a 20 fl oz bottle on the shelf with a price tag of $1.88. Always keeping an eye out for a bargain, I thought this was a great sale.


But then I read the price label on the shelf and discovered this dish detergent was in the wrong place.


Without a blink I began looking to see where on the shelf it was moved from. Two shelves below I saw where this item should have been placed.


I returned the item to the shelf below and continued to look for the brand I originally came to get.


One might ask why did I do that. Which is precisely what I asked myself. I spent approximately three minutes restocking the super market shelf. Wow!


I trust that I'm not the only one who feels obliged to put things in their proper place. When I do that I feel I have contributed to "keeping the peace" or doing good for others.


On the way home I thouht this might be an example of the Butterfly Effect. This term suggests that a butterfly flapping its wings in South America could affect the weather in Texas, meaning that the smallest influence on one part of a system could have a hugh affect on another part of that system.


Could it be that what I did prevented a confrontation with the checkout cashier by a subsequent shopper who may not have checked for the correct price?


Could it be that our various acts of kindness cause ripple effects in this world without our ever knowing?


Be a Blessing...                Please LIKE and Share, thanks.



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