No not Steve Jobs although I am a big fan of his products. I’m referring that other apple guy, Sir Isaac Newton, who discovered these universal laws when an apple fell on his head. Rumour has it. I never took physics, pretty much avoiding science like the plague when I was in high school, but as I’ve grown older I realized how much I missed out. I think I would have had a blast in physics. I still may go back and take a class at some point just to do all those experiments.
So one of the laws The Newt came up with was his third law, that being “for every action there is an opposite and equal reaction”. I’ve heard this bandied about over the years but never really gave it much thought until recently. I’d always thought it was that whatever action I did, there was something out there that negated it or zeroed it out. I had kind of an aha moment when I realized that what it really meant was whatever action or energy I put out to the universe, it generates an energy comes back to me with equal force. So if I’m putting out negative energy such as “this will never work out” or “I’ll never be successful” or “that’s impossible to accomplish” then that is what I will get back, a whole lot of negative and nothing. But if I put out positives “I’m going to have a great day” or “I’m going to be a success” or “yes I can” or “I’m going to book a job” then that is what I’m going to get back in spades. I know it sounds all mystical and touchy-feely but hey, I’m talkin’ physics here. That’s hard science right? Can’t argue with a law that’s been around for over 200 years and still remains relevant now can you?