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A while ago someone asked me if I was following anyone in the World Cup, to which I replied, not really, as I don’t follow sports. But right then she had a smile and voiced, I hope Morocco wins.
Though we all know now that Morocco didn’t make it to the finals, they did come in fourth place and advanced to the World Cup semifinals, making history as the first African and Arab country to do so. Isn’t that impressive in its own right?
The Universe rewards us for having hope. To me, who wins the World Cup, or the AFL Grand Final, doesn’t matter at all. But to someone who is hoping that their favourite team will win, they are rewarded with joy, satisfaction, and elation.
We never know what impact hope and positive vibes make on someone’s life. There’s of course no scientific study behind these intangible things, but I’m sure these do make a difference when they’re felt sincerely, as I’m sure most of you have experienced at some point in your lives as well.
Not long ago I had a personal crisis that made me question several things in terms of fate, destiny, the choices we make, and life in general. But there was one question that remained constant in my mind – why me?
I do everything right; I do right by others, and it is my goal to affect the lives of everyone I touch in a positive way. Why am I forced to play the cards that I don’t deserve to be dealt?
Life throws us in situations that prove to be quite challenging and sometimes even adverse, which often makes us feel as if it’s treating us unfairly and we don’t deserve to be in those situations in the first place.
However, we never, ever question life or our fate when something good or positive happens to us, right? Shouldn’t we do the same in this scenario as well? For some reason our minds inherently believe that the good that happens to us is what we deserve, but the bad is not something that we should be accounted for.
Somewhere in the middle we forget that life is all about balanced dualism, yin and yang. There’s no light without darkness. As far as we know currently, the universe’s creation itself began through a humongous destruction.
So, next if something happens in your life that didn’t go according to what you had planned, think about a time when life threw an unexpected, pleasant surprise for you. Reaffirm to yourself that the universe doesn’t hate you, and isn’t working against you. It is with you and giving you experiences that you’re either going to cherish or learn from.
”And, when you want something, all the universe conspires in helping you to achieve it.”
– Paulo Coelho, The Alchemist
At the end of the day, it’s hope that keeps us going, and it’s hope that brings us ashore. As I mentioned initially in the blog, positive vibes and energy are quite powerful and underrated; though sending them out to the universe can work wonders! Noone has explained it better than the lady herself, Rhonda Byrne, in her book The Secret.
In this book she talks about the power of the Law of Attraction, which states that you can manifest anything you desire if you send out positive signals for it to the universe. I firmly believe that we can achieve anything we set our mind to. That what we focus on is what grows.
But sometimes even when we are on our Divine mission, doing our thing, other things can happen, situations arise that weren’t supposed to according to our plan. This is why we need hope. Hope is nothing but wishing for or wanting something, sometimes against all odds, just because there’s a flickering inkling inside you that it might materialise But at the same time hope is everything. This consciously or subconsciously even makes us work toward the thing we were hoping for, and somehow the universe also begins to align and strives to help us get there.
Hope gets us through the hard times. It is such an important thing to have. Like faith. Not just hoping that things will get better, or that you can do something, but knowing that you can, and will. Knowing that we can choose our own destiny, and having faith in ourselves, other people, the Universe, God. That’s a whole another blog topic! I think the two are very inter-related, Hope and Faith. Hmmm, I hope I’m not getting too philosophical and off-topic here 😉
So, never let go of hope. It makes life so much more juicy and fun!
“Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness.”
– Desmond Tutu