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"Fate, It Seems, Is Not Without Its Sense Of Irony" Morpheus

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Posted by Harvey on July 25, 2003 15:06:46 UTC

In the movie the Matrix, Morpheus was quoted as saying that "fate, it seems, is not without its sense of irony" after talking about how the machines (that were created by humans and then replaced the human civilization) had found that they could use humans as an energy source ('human batteries').

I was wondering, is there such a thing as 'fate'? Is fate ironic as suggested by Morpheus? What do Buddhists say, does anyone know?

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