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It is your stronger will that makes it happen!

A man was attending to the speech of a saint. In his speech the saint was inspiring people to stay away from superstitions and misbeliefs. The saint told that there is only one ruler of this world and he stays inside all of us, so we need to search the surviving potential inside our own selves only. At this the man raised him a doubt.


The man told him about his friend who had been trying to get a government job since long. He added that after a few unsuccessful attempts his friend consulted an astrologer who told him to offer a distinct payer and distribute sweets outside a temple every Thursday to his selection in a government job. His friend did the same in complete faith and he got that job. If the gods are inside us and they don’t need anything from us, why such tricks work?

The saint smiled at him and explained, “Your friend had certainly done all the tricks in complete faith. His great faith in the tricks made his will power stronger than before. Every time he made efforts like offering puja and distributing sweets, he could make his wish to get that job even stronger. He put his heart and soul to this desire and his stronger will power helped him achieve his aim.”

The saint added, “To believe is to half way done. He believed and he succeeded.”

The man got to know the secret of life this way. What we think and what we believe in is what we actually get.

So, always expect the best from life and life would give you its best. Always believe that the best will happen and it will happened. Optimism costs nothing but pays a lot. Make your will power strong enough to believe that I will happen and trust me it will happen. Positive thinking may not be the only thing required to make it happen, it is definitely essential to make it happen.
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