As a practitioner of the life-teachings taught within the slokas of the Bhagavad-Gita, I am in some small way averse to the concept of wishing for things coming to “fruition” in some ways.
Why should we be? Fruition is success. It is overcoming adversity. It is a landmark.
This weekend, much, much sooner than I expected (for the record “expectation” is another word I tend to pause at) my local Temple is beginning preparation to open its library. I have been wanting (uh-huh) this for years.
Is any of this so wrong when there is no personal gain involved other than the possible chance to conveniently exchange more books on dharma than my local public library can offer?
Jai Ganeshaye Namah!