“Anticipation will rarely lead to disappointment – https://tinyurl.com/pqdfvgw – expectation will lead to the disappointment”.
This sounds like a heart-wrenching experience as I am talking about a near death thing here. No, what I am referring to is first of all a story told by my mentor from the program “Into Your Genius”. He explains it so the one who listens will get an image in their mind to work with, which is also the purpose of course. What purpose for me it has is that, I get to use my imagination, reason and perception, in other words, my intellect. The story is of a humming-bee that is so determined to fly through a window, but of course as you have witnessed yourself, it can’t, but it tries and tries all the time, until it gives up.
I am sort of amused by the story which comes from the book by Price Pritchett: You2 or You Squared. When I saw a video of one reading from the chapter, I got more into it to imagine what it would be like to actually read the book, I then ordered it with an advanced decision, and that advanced decision can be explained by, I had already made my decision to read and study the book. The story of the humming-bee is only the I-want-it feeling, a kind of decisive desperation. The book holds much value as it learned my mentor in the past to think in a direction besides reasoning and monitor the reasoning. We also have to direct the reason somewhere and exploit our potential to create from our intellect.
Before I will get the book home, which will make this blog-post older when you read it probably, I would have begun to study it and read it through a couple of times. The reason for that is when we read something again or repeated times, and discover something new, we don’t see by that something new in that book, no, we see something in ourselves that wasn’t there before, I heard that from Proctor Gallagher Institute, and they are right.