I firmly believe that what is meant to be, will be.
Or looking at it in another context, if you were meant to lose something you certainly will, as also applies the other way around.
The other day, I lost a part of my antique earing, one which had been gifted by my mother and which originally belonged to her grandmother.You see we were going out to a Diwali party and there was no way that I could figure out where I could have dropped it.
So I did the best that that I possibly could under the circumstance..I tried to put it out of my mind and almost did...
Until minutes ago when our cleaner just brought that piece and holding out his hand and asked me if I had dropped it.
I saw it twinkling as he held it out and my heart skipped a beat, then two..then three.For it really was the missing piece of my earing.
Whew!! Did that feel good!And am I relieved..Yes on all counts.
It could have fallen anywhere ...in the car, in the lift, in our friends home, on the road...but look where it was all this while...in the guest toilet, right here in our own home!
So as I started by saying, I firmly believe that what is meant to be..certainly will!