Hey Friends,For a long time, I have studied the psychological dynamics of how we win and lose things in life. As a result, I came up with a set of personal rules in life (I call them, Negida Laws). I would like to briefly show an example of "Negida Law II" that again happened to me recently.When I bought dark blue jeans similar to the one I was wearing one day, the old one was torn on the same exact day. When I went to a mobile shop to see the most recent available smartphones, my mobile phone stopped working on the same day. This week, a similar thing happened to me. Although my car's low beam lights were working well, I turned on the high beam lights when returning back at midnight, and surprisingly, the low beam light stopped working for unknown reasons, and immediately Negida Law II jumped into my mind [this is the only explanation]. So what is Negida Law II?Negida Law II states that "Seeking more alternatives for something contributes to partial or complete loss of what you already have of the thing".We, humans, subconsciously handle things carelessly once we have an available alternative. My pants did not realize I bought a new one but I mishandled them carelessly without being aware I did so. Similarly, my mobile phone did not realize I'm looking for an alternative but because I sought alternative ones, I subconsciously used several exhaustive tasks and apps working simultaneously on that day to the point that my mobile stopped working completely. Yesterday, it turned out that my car battery became weaker and could not handle so many android app things running, mobile re-charging, the warm air conditioner, and the lights turned on for 1.5 hours. So my car system prioritized the limited energy by shutting down the low beam lights for sake of allowing the high beam lights and since that time, it is not working properly due to battery inefficiency. This battery power story simulates our human attention. When we give our attention to the alternative things we subconsciously shift our attention and care from the things we already have, which leads to partial or complete loss of what we already have. Simply because we have limited attention exactly like the limited power supply of the machines. This is exactly what Negida Law II means.