A common man living in a village looks at a mountain. The next town is not even 2 miles but to go there he needs to go around the mountain and travel 15 miles. He thinks if a tunnel is drilled through the mountain it will greatly benefit his travel and he can get to the next town faster. Be his thought can’t act as such due to his lack of capacity as he can’t drill the tunnel himself.
A scientist comes that way and looks at the same mountain. He has the same purpose to get to the next town. He finds himself travelling the extra miles around the mountain. He comes up with a scientific / engineering plan to drill a tunnel and presents it to the right people who can see the benefits. His practical plan is accepted and within a few years the plan materializes and a tunnel is drilled.
The common man from the village and the scientist both had the same thought. But the scientist was able to turn it into action. In this process the common man’s thought also succeeds.
No thoughts fail as long as they align with nature. If it fails then it means that the thought that was had is not moral.
ALL THOUGHTS WILL COME TO FRUITION IF THEY ARE STRONG AND MORAL IN NATURE.