You might not want to do everything you imagine, but you can’t do anything you can’t imagine doing.
I pondered over the above words a fair amount.
I wanted them to be expansive and positive, while still defensible against critics and pessmists.
I wanted them to strike a balance between what people often see as possible and what they know is possible after they have done “impossible.”
As Steven Covey would say, everything is first created in the mind: if you can’t imagine it, you can’t do it.
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But how? Exactly, how?
First, search your Soul for what you really want.
Then imagine doing it, from start to finish.
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Anything you truly want is possible.
Whittle away the stuff that family/peer/social influences want you to want and dispense of fantasy.
What you’re left with are your authentic desires – and all you have to do to make them real is to make them real in your mind, first.
If you won’t do that, then they will never come to pass.
If you will though, oh the “magic” you can create!