Some things sound like a terrible idea yet actually turn out perfectly fine. I think that’s called luck.
Sometimes those that consider themselves to be lucky get into the habit of pushing the boat out. They want to push their luck as far as it can go without it going over the edge.
In other words, they want to rest the theory of being lucky until you’re not.
And if you happen to be unlucky, things can turn out pretty terrible.
I think the bottom line is that as much as feeling lucky can be liberating, as the saying goes don’t push your luck.
One thing perhaps not thought about often enough is that there is only a small percentage of the population that have a real understanding of science.
The rest of us simply trust what is said or what we read and choose to believe it to be true.
Or on the flipside there are those that choose to form their own opinions.
But this can often lead to a clash between those that choose to beleive and trust in something that they don’t understand and those that don’t.
This isn’t about conspiracies or trying to disprove scientific theory. Instead it is about simply acknowledging that it can be difficult to trust something that you don’t understand.
The reality of some ideas, projects and plans is that they are only great in theory.
When some things get brought to life they crumble and fall.
Sometimes it’s because we get carried away by the excitement of something new that we overlook or under estimate the time, effort, commitment, dedication and hard work that it takes to bring something to life.
Having a daily blog might sound great in theory but if you haven’t considered that you’ll need to find time to write, have something to say each day, plan ahead etc. The you might not be pleased with the outcome.
If something is great in theory it either means it doesn’t need to be brought to life or you need to take care when you do. It might not always be easy but it’s possible to produce something great.
Sometimes things don’t quite pan out in real life.
I recently put something I believed to be true into practice and to my surprise, my theory turned out to be wrong.
It’s something I had tested before and carried in my mind as an idea that was true.
But all of a sudden I was faced with the harsh reality of being wrong or perhaps it was the reality of an anomaly.
However, the main takeaway was that theories should be tested. It’s no use going round with a thought, idea or even belief system that you consider to be true if it only exists in your mind.