Alright we are most, if not all, familiar with the Murphy’s Law that whatever could go wrong, will go wrong.
Sounds perfect, but I have to mention this. Have you wondered about this.
It is always worse than what it seems to be.
And I am not even a 100% sure if it fits into the group of Murphy’s Laws, so if the spot is not taken, you can call it Haroon’s Law. But I think it makes good sense. Here is how.
Needless to mention that this one line describes and explains life itself, this law governs countless, if not every aspect of life. It is especially true for marriages, love affairs and relationships, and also for business and employment.
I mean think about it. This freaking law is all around us. It is governing each and every aspect of our consumer life.
Only sometimes does our occasional conservatism outwit this law, and perhaps imagining that we have escaped it would prove a fallacious liberty after all.
However, it is not something to mourn.
It is something to accept and be cheerful about. Just like life. Just like death.
Let’s celebrate the mediocrity of life.