I wonder sometimes why people discuss about the glass being half full or half empty. If you are thirsty, drink it. If you are more thirsty, find some more. And if you aren't thirsty, why should it matter?
The horizon is just an idea. As you run towards it, it moves away. You won't reach it. But if you are mad enough to continue for a considerable time, you will probably notice that, in the process, many things are revealed to you.
I missed experiencing it after all efforts.But I'm postponing my disappointment.The next time I get a chance, and I find that it wasn't that good and hardly useful, I'll see that it wasn't worth it.And if it turns out to be great , why would I want to remember that disappointment then?