I Can Bend The Water

When you brush the comb through your hair, cute and tiny parts of the atoms called electrons (they are really cute) collected on the comb and they are negatively charged. So, your comb has a negative charge overall. When you bring that comb near a streamline flow of water, it pulls the flow of water towards it. The wonder of static electricity.

Wow! Amazing! An induced static electricity can actually bend the streamline flow. It can. No other forces can do this, except this ( If you know about other forces, just let me know). But I feel that it has a deep meaning hidden inside. It is connected to our life. Let’s see what I noticed (If you feel something different, you have full rights to drop comments below).

I concluded that the streamline flow of water is the deeds that we do. And actions that you do every day, become your habits. Could be bad or good. But if you really want to change those habits which are really negative in nature, you must change your deeds that you do every day. People do try that. They put huge efforts. But most of the times, they fail. Why? They may know it or may not.

Now, find a halcyon space, close your eyes and start visualizing. Imagine that the streamline flow of the water is the work you do. Work that must be changed. When you want a change, you hit the flow with a stick. What will happen? Stick passes through the flow. Now, you try again but in a different way. Now, you blow it forcefully. Flow becomes turbulent, still, the path is the same. You can’t close the tap. If you do, means you are going to quit. You can’t. Because you are not allowed to. Now imagine that you are that comb. A comb which rubs against the hair and gets electro-statically charged. Here, electrostatic electricity refers to the motivation you need. That extra foot you need to make the things happen. Hair is like people who push you. Could be your mom, dad, friends, mentors, teachers, etc. Now, when you try to make a change in the flow with that charged comb, you make it. I know you can change anything.

But the question is, “Does it last forever?” No, affect goes in some seconds. But remember,

“People often say motivation doesn’t last. Neither does bathing—that’s why we recommend it daily.”

– Zig Ziglar

So, what have you got? Just by rubbing that comb against the hair can bend the stubborn flow of water then why can’t you surround yourself with people like the hair? Find those sort of people who have vision like you. Rub against them.

You are precious.                                                                                                                                

Your ideas are precious.                                                                                                                    

This world needs you.                                                                                                                      

Don’t waste your life.                                                                                                                    

Create something that will live forever. 

Note: Here, I assumed particle nature of electrons. Dual behavior matters. Ha. Just said.


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5 thoughts on “I Can Bend The Water

  1. I loved the interpretation you gave to it. You reminded me of Avatar (The Last Airbender, Korra, Nickelodeon) and how we are all capable of doing more than what we believe possible.

    I hope that you also remember this. We are only as capable as our imagination allows us to think. Keep it in mind, and keep inspiring the world, one post at a time 🙂

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