The term “desire” comes from the Latin “de” (lack) and “sidera” (stars), meaning “lack of stars”. Desire implies the absence of stars, so to create a bright and starry sky in your life it is necessary to consider desires.
I say “considering” since this verb also derives from “sidera” (stars) in this case accompanied by “cum” (with), which implies being with the stars, taking them into account
Any strong desire you have in life, even if it seems unattainable or questionable, needs to be considered.
We are not the owners of desires, but simply their carriers.
It is not for us to judge whether a desire is worthy of being expressed or not. Our function is to recognize it, externalize it, make it known.
When a desire is made known, it moves from the inner to the outer world. It will then be up to the outside world to assess whether the desire is legitimate or not, not to us.
Often what you intensely desire is intensively desired by many other people near and far.
Every desire seeks related desires with which to unite to find satisfaction.
Desires can meet and satisfy each other only if you allow them to do so.
So if you have a very intense desire, be charitable to yourself and others, make it known, talk about it.
You are the delegate of desires, not their master.
Every time a desire is fulfilled the whole world benefits, because the desires are not yours, they belong to the world.
Desires allow the world to continue.
And if you notice that in this world you cannot manifest a desire, be generous, continue to give it space, cultivate it.
You can be sure that someone, thanks to you, will manifest it in this world.
Moreover please confide that at some point you too will realize this desire here or somewhere else and that surely, sooner or later, the time will come when you realize that you manifested it right in the moment you when considered your desire.