As a child, we all have aspirations and expected to continue to have (it does decline or become content). Lets consider an example, as a child I dreamt to visit London bridge and sing a rhyme, ‘London bridge is falling down’ I perhaps did it after a decade. The aspiration might have tried to change because of perception of reaching London bridge –
How will I go?
Who will finance?
Where will I stay?
Is it going to be too cold?
Will I get to have vegetarian food?
I started finding answers for W’s and H’s questions and broke the perception. The day came to visit London and the aspiration looked simple, with perception of achievable and reality was near my eyes – ‘London Bridge’. Never get bog down with any others aspirations, people might try to break your aspirations by creating a perception and reality will remain unreal.
The article is a simple analogy of having hope, trust me ‘Hope is hopeful and wonderful’.