10-10-10 seems a magical number. Will it add extra meaning to our life at 10 October, 2010?
A. The number ten seems to give people that warm, fuzzy feeling: “I won TEN thousand dollars!” “I got TEN things done today.”
B. Nothing significant appears to have happened a thousand years ago during the year 1010. Nothing significant appears to have happened two thousand years ago during the year 10. The Dark Ages spanned the 5th to 15th centuries (approximately 450 -1450).
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It was hyped up because it only happens once every thousand years. It's just a day and it's just a number. Now when it become 7/7/77 haha that might be lucky
There's always next year when it will be 11-11-11 and for us in Canada, that is Remembrance Day when at 11 am there are 2 minutes of silence in memory of our soldiers.
There is no such thing as auspicious or lucky (good or bad) numbers?dates so there is nothing to get excited about, especially as today is the 12th so it happened two days ago.
Why does it seem to be a magical number? No number is magical except perhaps to primitive superstitious savages.
It wsn't particularly meaningful day for me. I don't subscribe to numerology.
by vinividivici 8 years ago
10-10-10 seems a magical number! But will 10 October, 2010 will add anything to our life?
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by Daniel J. Neumann 8 years ago
Can you say anything amazing happened to you on 10/10/10?I hope I'm not the only one who noticed today's date. I don't think anything too significant happened to me. It was a laid back, but beautiful, day.
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