Everyone enjoys hoping, right? Since the beginning of time, humankind has created innovative ways to grant wishes. Why not spend a little more time hoping for the things we want? After all, it is your thoughts and your desire that create your reality.
What are our desires? Well, the majority of wishers hold the belief that you shouldn’t reveal your wishes lest they come true. Additionally, those who make wishes advise one another to “Be cautious what you want… for you just might receive it.” What do we hope for? That is a far more intriguing query.
So we’d like to share with you a list of amazing occasions where you can make a wish. Who do you wish well?
25 Magical Life Moments to Make a Wish
1. Falling Stars
Because numerous individuals may make wishes on the same star, this is a great request.
Simply make your wish when you observe a falling star (or meteor, for the more scientifically inclined). The only requirement is that you have to really see the star. A meteor shower is a suitable occasion for making such a desire come true.
2. Birthday Candles
Given that it only occurs once a year, this is perhaps the most popular and effective way to make wishes. You shouldn’t squander this wish on something like, “I hope the coffee shop man will remember my extra foam tomorrow.”
Take a deep breath and look at the dessert in front of you. You’ll require more oxygen as you become older. While you’re still holding your breath, make your wish. Blow now. Your desire will come true if you extinguish all the candles in one motion. Extremely young children and very old seniors are both suitable recipients of help.
How can you resist making a rainbow wish? The best are rainbows. Close your eyes and make a wish when you see one. Then, while keeping your eyes closed, count to 10. If the rainbow is still visible when you open your eyes, your request has been granted.
4. Lucky Smoke
Smoking is unhealthy. Not at all. However, if you do, turn the first cigarette in your pack upside-down and save it for last. You have the entire cigarette to come up with a wish when you do. Maybe make a wish that lung cancer will not strike.
Any body of water, including wells, fountains, koi ponds, log flume rides, ponds, rivers, and oceans, may be used with this.
Take any coin of any value (bigger coins make stronger wishes). Unless you are in a place like Solvang or Chinatown, in which case it’s usually best to use the money of the country you are “supposed” to be in, the coin should be of the country whose wishing water it is.