Be Careful What you Wish For

Someone told me that I can easily get what I want. That when I aspire something, it will be given to me. And after hearing those words, I had to rethink the things/events that happened in my life to find out if there was any truth to what was told to me. And you know what? I think that person was right. As I remember past things I asked for, I realized that all I asked for or prayed for came true. Well, not really all of them. I guess those life-changing wishes or aspirations did came true. Most of the bigger or major wishes came true.

And now, I’m plagued with my latest wish. I asked for something to be given to me and I got it without making any effort, except for prayers of course. But as the days passed, I soon realized that what I asked for was not for the faint-hearted. I never knew the consequences that came with that wish until now. I couldn’t even believe myself for being stupid in asking for something when I didn’t know what I was getting myself involved in.

I am now torn as to what to do. I am more confused than ever. Well actually, the solution to my dilemma is so simple. I’m just making it complicated. I want to make sure I do the right thing and I do not hurt others in the process. But damn this is so difficult!

With this realization, I no longer know if it’s still right for me to keep on wishing and praying for more blessings to come my way as I might chicken out once I realize the consequences that came with my wish. It’s just too sad to know that I may have to stop dreaming and wishing for a brighter future for me and my dreams knowing that I might not be able to live up to the things that I may need to sacrifice to get what I want. I know I need to work hard in order to get ¬†what I truly want but the thought of doing so weakens my spirit.

If only life is simple and easy, you’d probably see my chasing sunsets all the time.

sunset in Camotes Island

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