What will you do, if the thing which once you wished for, is with you? Thinking? Wait. I’ll tell. You will wish for the next important thing on your wish-list. By being engrossed in that wish list, you forget to hold the thing which you once wished the most, and the universe helped you in achieve it.
Why you lose a thing which is given to you by universe, by seeing your desire for that particular thing at that time? Desires are temporary?
Why is it like that? Ever thought? What if Paulo Coelho, one of the all-time favorite authors said this,
“When you really want something the whole universe conspires in helping you achieve it”.
But what happens once the people achieve that thing? They never care about it after. They never think of holding that thing forever. That’s why our wish-list is big. We want things, but once we get them, we never try to hold them.
“We give importance to things, only until we get them”
“We know the real value of things, only after we lost them”
So you can understand the scenario, things are loved the most before having them and after losing them. Why not when having them? Because we have them.
“At any given point of time, everyone wishes for at least one thing. It doesn’t mean that he/she had that thing before this point of time, it means that he/she was wishing for something else at that given time. And after sometime he/she wishes for the same thing again after losing it. ”
I am not against the point that why we have so many wishes? It is a default setting in humans. Wishes keep our spirit of achieving alive. Why we wish a lot is not the actual point of discussion here. The mainpoint is once we achieve what we want, why don’t we hold it? Why we lose it? Is there a reason why we lose that thing. Yes there is. The law of universe. Balance of energies. Balance of forces. Keeping my eye on the quote of Paulo Coelho, I have given an extension to that.
Yes. The same universe which once helped you to achieve that thing, will try to pull away from you to see how strongly you can hold it.
Thanks for reading. Wish, Achieve what you want and then hold it strongly. Never bring the situation of wishing for the same thing again.