That will to do something. Achieve. Be.
That something you aren’t ready to negotiate upon.
That lack of will they said I had. That lack of pure passion that fuels success. That I didn’t want anything done.
Days when I actually lacked everything else. Just breathing because it doesn’t need a voluntary will. No efforts.
Sometimes the will to give up too. That done for feeling. That I didn’t belong and it all was a farce.
The thing they said, maybe just to disqualify me.
Many times our dreams, our goals are just one step away from us. We just have to extend our hand and grab it. But more often than not, we are afraid of thatfinal step. That last brick in the wall.
Though we say we desire so and so but we never really yearn for it. Because if we did, we would grab it even if it were miles afar.
It is this last step that discloses whether that dream, that goal is really sought. Whether we really crave for it, yearn it.
All excuses, delays, time, blah blah come forth when we do it half hearted, as a compulsion. Else nothing would or could stop us.
On another level, maybe we are afraid to complete the journey. Once this dream, this goal is achieved, what would life be like. There won’t be this goal to work for. Would life lose its meaning? Would there be nothing else to look forward to? Would it be the end of everything? Would it invoke the feelings of lost?