So, the scientists that are in the midst of studying quantum physics have found an interesting phenomena. That is; in an effort to get to Point B from Point A, it really doesn’t matter which of your hundreds of options you choose to get to Point B.
It is the INTENTION of getting to Point B that actually gets you there. It will set in motion a series of events that will get you to where you are intending… and often those events are not what you planned…but they get you there anyway.
Why is that?
Hold one; I’m going to quickly review my Quantum Physics 101 manual.
Alright so apparently this can be viewed as a metaphor.
Imagine that life is a voyage across the ocean. You are the caption or captioness of your ship. Or you could be the ship, its really up to your personal preference.
Anyway let’s just say that you’re a caption, it’ll fit the metaphor a little more smoothly.
You’re in your captain chamber, making important decisions. You have a map spread before you, and there are a number of points-of-interest marked.
The point of interest can loosely be translated as your intended goal or object.
A map is an overview of the terrain. It has markings for distance, significant obstacles (mountains for example), and other items. The point is, a map is just a loose translation of what can be expected in any given area.
Such are our plans and goals. We can get as specific as we want. The challenge is that we plan for what we know, but we can never really know all the dynamics of the things we set out to accomplish. Not too far down the road, you’ll find your plan is in shambles, everything has changed. You have to improvise. Adjust your plan as you encounter each new element and diversion.
Its the choice of staying focused on your goal. If you keep that focus, each change that you make will bring you one little bit closer to your final goal. At some point, you’ll be there.
Hurray (thanks quantum physics!).