- Can people break these laws and achieve success? Apparently they can. Consider the law of gravity.
- It simply states that what goes up must come down, as long as one is within the jurisdiction governed by gravity.
Thanks to the information age, we have created hordes of celebrities.
The internet can literally make one an overnight sensation for anything including singing badly, being overweight, rude or even having outrageous curves.
Interestingly, it is this age that birthed the socialite, whose greatest talent was not having any remarkable talent.
The one thing I have against all of the above is just how ease they make the road to fame and fortune seem.
They go against what we were taught; that if you dream big, work for it and stay committed you can achieve your success.
And so we raise children who expect it all without work.
However, life has its own set of guiding principles and work is undisputedly one of them.
Can people break these laws and achieve success? Apparently they can. Consider the law of gravity.
It simply states that what goes up must come down, as long as one is within the jurisdiction governed by gravity. We do not see this law in operation but we know it is there. Gravity continues even if we state categorically that we do not believe in gravity. If you try to defy it, gravity will bring you down with its full force.
Yet there are instances where man does defy gravity.
A good example is an aeroplane in flight. Certain laws of physics are employed to hold off gravity for a while.
But when one of those laws is interrupted, that plane will certainly come down crashing.
Certain invisible laws govern life. Laws about seasons, time, relationships, growth, work, happiness, life and death.
Can these laws be interrupted? Absolutely. Can these laws be overlooked? The evidence is that people overlook life’s invisible laws everyday.
The thing is, just like in the law of gravity, being ignorant or indifferent to a law does not mean that it won’t work for or against you.