How to place your order with the universe.
Pizza Hut = the universe
Your order = dreams and goals
When you place your order, you have to decide what you want before Pizza Hut can start making it. So first decide what you want. Be exact.
Once you have placed your order, you have to give Pizza Hut the required time needed to make it and deliver it. You don't know how long it will take but it's worth the wait because it's what you crave. Don't settle for something less just because it was delivered faster. It's not worth it because it will not satisfy your craving. It takes time to get it right. Be patient. It's worth the wait.
Also, once the order is placed, you expect that Pizza Hut will deliver it as soon as they can. You don't hope and wish that they will, you know they will because you placed an order. It's a done deal. It's already going to happen, guaranteed. Believe it because it's happening.
The whole time you are waiting for your pizza, that's all you are thinking about and...
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