“It’s called the principle of favourability, beginner’s luck. Because life wants you to achieve your destiny.”
~ The Alchemist, Paulo Cohelo ~
Moments of beginning fleet away quick. If there were a thermometer that measures anxiousness, you wouldn’t like it’s awful taste stuck in between your clasped lips the first night you are aching in fever. The morning after, the mild melancholic sense of weakness and calmness remains, and you will open your mouth once again and know you are fine after all. Fever fleets away, anxiousness likewise. It’s simply that. Then the sense of tranquility visits you in charms of beginner’s luck — the bright sun, the dew of early mornings, and the strangers’ kindness. Welcome home.