Hail To The Thief Effect
Note: Listen to this song, feel the pinch. It is not a love song, yet it talks about love in the most sublime of way.
Whether consciously we are putting efforts to do these things, or these are inherent to us, it is always good to do good things. For ourselves, for our family, for others. We just want the best for everyone.
Yet despite all our efforts, despite doing what we perceived as just , and despite adhering to the fundamental and universal pretense, of what is truth and right, something, somewhere, always comes wrong. With great conviction comes great action. Actions with good intentions. Intentions that aren't shared, resulting in dissolution.
Paulo Coelho, in most of his novels always have a central theme of things going your way if you really want it and work for it. That the universe accordingly will conspire to make it happen, and thus it will happen.
Corollary, a force, equal in magnitude but opposite in direction i suppose will also try, converge, and conspire to not make it happen. It is but a part of the natural order of the universe.
In the end, the opposite forces it seems always get the net gain of the two. In the end, all great intents are lost. That we are bound to lose. That we cannot fight the system, and that we are all here to swallow what is given, take what is fed, hook, line, and sinker.
Patrick Starr of all provided us hope however. Because according to him, in the end, everything will be ok. If it is not yet ok, then it is not yet the end.