Rover!! Yelled Neil.
His dog would wander with his owner spotting the naughty poodle because of one of his wily strategies, and the dog would drift away against the smell of something exciting. Neil regarded this to be one of his ways to get an excuse from not completing homework, so he would throw a ball toward rover, which would drag the dog’s attention thus, exploiting the time assigned for his homework. Like this, he would kill time until it was time for dinner.
Once he was observing the failure of many missions outside the earth’s atmosphere. Immediately after the most recent failure, he went through a jolt, the jolt of success in the agency of ISRO by one of the most dangerous missions to the sun.
His theory was based on attraction and repulsion. However, he got the idea from the dog chasing the ball he threw. After he gave this idea to the agency, and the theory had changed his ego by believing his invincible self.
But is this true for everyone?
Majority of people have their self more invincible than any other superhuman. Their shy nature discourages oneself to engage in amazing opportunities.
What can we do as individuals? Peoples’ thoughts may vary due to their point of view.
The main classification of point of view is negative and positive. That means the negative point of view includes; the things that might go wrong. This is not a way to create a stereotype about people with negative thoughts. In fact, things are mostly solved or modified due to negative thinking, causing It to be positive yet negative thinking. If we want to see how this works, we can tell that negative thinkers, avoid the problem by solving what could go wrong. So, the invincible, shy, negative-positive thinkers get engaged. People who discriminate others by acting on their inferiority are afraid of being isolated by such invincible people, create stereotypes. If we conclude by engaging invincible people and not excluding anyone, inspiration will be the key to success.