A few days ago I was in Toronto’s subway heading south to Yonge & Sheppard station from Finch. In my mind, I was thinking about the wonderful month I had this past August in Greece. From travelling to the islands of Skyros, Crete & Skopelos, to the two main cities of Athens & Thessaloniki, to Greece’s northern province Macedonia. I thought about the ruins of the Acropolis, The Palace of Knossos in Crete & The Tomb of King Philip II of Macedon. I thought about all the delicious fresh food I ate by the sea. All the wonderful people I met. I thought about how wonderful my energy felt from the moment I stepped off the airplane.
Perhaps I would one day retire on a beautiful small island I thought. Enjoying the sea, eating octopus, perhaps a glass of vino. Wink Wink! 😛 I exited out of the train, and instead of walking to the main exit to the street, for some reason I went up the escalator to the Sheppard subway line. That never happens, but I guess I was so much in my head with my thoughts, I didn’t realize until I reached the top of the escalator.
It was then I heard a Busker performing a Greek traditional island song. Ok, don’t ask me what the name of the song is called. lol All I know is that I’ve heard it many times usually played with a bouzouki. Opa! Then I thought, that’s kinda odd the busker was performing that song. It’s not like I have ever heard Greek music played in the subway before. Was this a synchronicity or a coincidence? What do you think?
P.S, I don’t believe in coincidences. lol