When Wishing for Rain, Equip Yourself for the Possibility of Thunder

Thunder

Commonly, our individuality is characterised by wishes, goals and aspirations.  I’m yet to meet a person who has no wishes or aspirations whatsoever.  More often than not, the individual has an intended life or business trajectory that he/she would like to follow through. However, for best results, the minute specifics in the course of the said trajectory/life plan may need some refining and polishing.  My reference to refining and polishing is that at times, little or no attention is paid to the possibility of the hurdles, twists and turns as in time and space.

Tempestuous moments are not in all situations but a mere possibility in some, and should not be overlooked when we are deeply immersed in harmonics.  Yes, having contingency plans or measures are a clever thing to do; paying attention to those ‘blind spots’ and ‘dips’.  Crop farmers like having rain on a regular basis because of the benefits derived therefrom.  However they are also mindful of the possibility of thunder and lightning, and their ancillary effects. Buildings have lightening rods or lightening conductors that interface with the earth in the event of lightening; that is a contingency measure.

Please do not allow your mind to harbour pessimism, no. Your plan/project is work in progress, do not cease to plan until your goals are realised.  Additionally, you are not obliged to lay open your ‘pack of cards’ for others to evaluate. You are a good strategist and optimist, who is also realistic; this helps the feasibility and viability of your plans.  You are a good leader who takes steps to be risk averse or, at least safety measures for potential risk which may not always translate into actual risk.

You are the mastermind of your projects, you know what to do as and when the need arises, including the professional input you can enlist, mine inclusive, if you so wish.  The excitement that comes with success in a particular field, business or project is euphoric, a well deserved feeling.

I wish you well.

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