THE ALCHEMIST is Him. He molds things into gold. Things like people, situations, etc. He has the key to success, which He never shares with anybody. But, He intends to give the dimension of that key to all those people who are willing to chase their dreams and in the process, He turns them into Gold. Turning people into gold means giving them strength & energy to reach their desired dreams and once they achieve it, they set examples for others.
The problem with most of the people out there is they don’t believe in the Alchemist. They would rather see a normal human like them achieve his dream and follow him. So indirectly, the Alchemist takes the help of those limited people who believe in Him and then through those people sets an example for the remaining. It definitely hurts Him that very fewer people believe in Him but then He’s the Ultimate One and He forgives all this and is willing to do whatever it takes to make each and everyone happy and fulfill our dreams.
If our dreams are not achieved then the defect lies in us, in our dedication, in our hard work, in our skills but never in Him. He does his best to give us everything desired. He is the solution to every problem, whether we accept it or not. He is always there for us with a helping hand outstretched for us. It’s on us whether we trust Him and hold Him or let go of Him. He will come several times in our life for helping us and after regular neglection, He will bid adieu permanently. He gives us chances of realization.
He lights up the path so that our walk will be easier. He never shortens the journey. The strength to walk has to come from within, He just shows us the right path and the destination is always set in our mind. So yes, He’s the Alchemist to all us. Agree or not, your choice. He never asks for anything from us but just some belief and He believes in spreading positive vibes because He thinks that whatever our action be, it causes ripples and those ripples stay for a long time around us. He always asks to spread kindness & smiles and never teaches how TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD.
The Alchemist of Paulo Coelho, To kill a mockingbird of Harper Lee are two of my favorite books. There are many more but I thought of including these 2 books.
This post is a part of Write Over the Weekend, an initiative for Indian Bloggers by BlogAdda.
P.S.: Weekend is almost over but it’s never over without Blogadda’s Weekend ka WOW post. Today’s pick of song is Dynamite of Taio Cruz 😉