We have grown up reading fictional books like Harry Potter and being in awe of magic shows, which enamoured us with their enchantment and fantasy. The art of magicians leave us mesmerised when they deceive our five senses by performing tricks. We often dream about what we would have done if we have had a magic wand.
However, in real life, there is no such thing as a magic wand. If you want to secure excellent grades in your board exams, there is no magic wand that can make it happen. Similarly, there is no such wand that can eradicate poverty of nations or bring peace to the world. We fail to realise our own abilities and rely on others for bringing about the changes we desire. We can bridge the gap between what we desire and shaping them into reality through hard work, dedication, focus and most importantly willpower.
It is not a requisite to pull out a rabbit from a hat or vanish an object to be a magician. Magic exists within us and the wand is not in the form of a long thin wooden stick but merely as an enhanced version of a walnut i.e. the brain. The Brain, an intricate organ of an individual, is capable of concocting every thought, feeling, memory, imagination, and experience. We use only a fraction of our brain’s immense abilities and tend to leave the rest unexplored. If you want to manifest your dreams, you must believe and work devotedly towards them. We all have our own magic wand and it is up to us how to wield it and turn our dreams into reality.
Shambhavi Singh | PGDM 2018-20