"Opportunities are like shooting stars: bright but fleeting. Make a wish, but also make a plan." © Shoshan
Picture a starry night, a sky so clear that you can see each constellation shining with celestial brilliance. There they are, shooting stars, streaking across the night with their fleeting glow. "Opportunities are like shooting stars: bright but ephemeral," so the saying goes. But what good is a shooting star if we don't perceive it, if we aren't there, eyes to the sky, making a wish upon it? So make a wish, a big one, a bold one, one that fills your soul with unparalleled elation. But remember, a wish without a plan is just a dream that fades away like stardust into the cosmic expanse.
Now, let's talk about that plan. Yes, wishes are important, but plans are the maps that guide our dreams through deserts of doubt and oceans of uncertainty. A plan gives you a sense of direction; it's the sail that catches the wind of your wishes and propels you towards the horizon of your opportunities. A plan turns that bright, fleeting moment of opportunity into a constellation in your personal sky, one that continues to glow long after the moment has passed.
So, as you gaze up at that sky filled with possibilities, remember: opportunities are plenty and, though fleeting, are meant to be captured, to be lived. Don't stop at just making a wish, use it as the first step towards a future full of reached stars, realized dreams. Make a wish, but also make a plan. And someday, under a sky full of stars, you'll see your personal constellation shining brighter than ever.
The quote in this image is dedicated to anyone who has ever felt like an opportunity was slipping through their fingers. Know that opportunities are like shooting stars: bright but ephemeral. Make a wish, but also make a plan: "Opportunities are like shooting stars: bright but fleeting. Make a wish, but also make a plan." © Shoshan
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