June 15, 2009...
"I wish I had a new car." "I wish I had a better job." "I wish I had gone to college." "I wish I could date a girl like that." "I wish I had more money." "I wish business was better." "I wish my kids cared about studying more." "I wish I could lose weight." "I wish I could find the courage to tell him."
"I wish...I wish...I wish."
Many people spend their whole life wishing.
The thinking goes, I suppose, is that if you throw enough wishes into the universe, one or two of them might come true.
Then again, you could take a more active role in "wish granting" and take your whole list of wishes and call them a different name: goals.
In my eyes, that seems like a much more reliable way to make wishes come true.