ORIGIN late Middle English : from Italian fato or Old French fat or (later) from their source, Latin fatum ‘that which has been spoken,’ from fari ‘speak.’
Fate is founded in that which has been spoken. Wrap the mind around fate, an ambiguous tomorrow, ambiguous today but to a certain degree, prophecies are fulfilled from present prescriptions. My fate, moment by moment, day by day is scribed as I sing a song of self, meditating upon ideas sometimes in silence and sometimes aloud, and my fate is predetermined by the song and dance of today towards the summation of tomorrow.
Just a four letter word, fate: fluent eloquence, she speaks life.