Hello, Dear Reader:
If you follow the idea of ’cause and effect’, then everything that happens has a reason behind it, and everything we do will have some result. Every cause creates an effect, and every effect has a cause behind it. Often when we set out on a path we discover unexpected events or circumstances, but with everything we say, everything we do, and everything we imagine, we ‘expect’ something.
WorldNet Search defines ‘expectation’ as:
- S: (n) expectation, outlook, prospect (belief about (or mental picture of) the future)
- S: (n) anticipation, expectation (anticipating with confidence of fulfillment)
- S: (n) expectation (the feeling that something is about to happen)
- S: (n) arithmetic mean, first moment, expectation, expected value (the sum of the values of a random variable divided by the number of values)
If you follow the ideas of ‘Law of Attraction‘, then all of our expectations are fulfilled; it’s just that sometimes we’re not aware of what our expectations truly are. Expectation can sometimes be a loaded word, especially if we find a disconnect between what we ‘want’ to happen, and what we ‘expect’ to happen. Therefore, for this week’s ‘He Says, She Says…‘ post we thought we’d discuss ‘Expectations‘.
Have a great week!