Many of you would be wondering about this title. It has nothing to do with the scientific side of the world of conversations though.
Hmmm. . .
How in the world should I start this post.
Well, let’s just say, I am talking about planning for the future.
From this simple start, all you mathematical supercomputers out there( which I unfortunately am not, yet) can figure out the whole post. Put the title of this post along with what I just said and you get:
Planning conversations= Planning the future.
But this necessarily does not mean what you may have deducted by the standard rules of mathematics. Which is why I want you to keep on reading.
A great psychologist once said that a conversation is like a game of catch. You throw a ball to someone and he/ she throws it back to you.
There is one point that stood out from the many thoughts that passed my mind when I read this.
The success of this ancient game lies in how well you are able to catch an incoming ball and how well you are able to throw it back. The first part is usually the harder one.
So what does this have to do with planning for the future?
Well let me tell you.
Imagine future is a person. You and this imaginary person is having a conversation. You had played this moment in your mind for the past many years. Let’s just say it’s an interview for your dream job. You have practiced the lines. But at the interview, future asks you questions you never thought he would. You stammer.
Well this is what the future turns out for most of us. We try to plan everything not realizing that the future has some things planned out too.
So what do we do?
Well, that is where God comes in. He knows the full picture. Trusting him can give you a guarantee that no other thing in this world can give.
So, plan everything keeping in mind that God has the eraser. . . .