Now that is an interesting concept which I will have to think about.One implication that I see is that we can change nothing - which worries me.
I chose this quote because quite a few decisions in the past with hindsight I took because of my character, and for the consequences therefore neither fate nor kismet or whatsoever can be blamed.With Andrew's comment in mind I hope I could make my intention clear.
Some writers do not write very clearly, unless their clear intention is to leave their meaning unclear, which it sometimes is, clearly.
This does not lack of correctness.
I have been told, by an editor, that I write too clearly at times, thereby reducing the awe and the mystery of certain things. I am reminded of the people who said Isaac Newton destroyed the mystery of the rainbow by explaining its physical origin, not that I have much in common with Newton (although I did have extremely long hair once).
Ach, go away, you and long hair! Editors are like school teachers: One and the same essay may get thumbs up and thumbs down.Their opinion can pave one's way, or not.