When You Need The Impossible

Le Viaduc de Millau


“That won’t work.”

“I’m not that lucky.”

“I’m not that smart.”

“You can’t change things.”

“It always happens this way.”

“It’s never worked out for me.”

“You are just going to have to face reality.”

Where we experience obstacle after obstacle, we are believing in impossibility.

Where we witness anything new, we are witnessing belief in possibility.

“I am sure I can handle anything that might happen.”

“Past results have no bearing on the future.”

“Lots of other people have done this.”

“I look forward to this working out.”

“I have a good feeling about this.”

“We navigate by wonder.”

“I am curious.”

“It’s working.”


There is nothing more powerful than a thought believed.


In your corner,


PS: Need proof? Look around and notice all the things that were once thought impossible.

PPS: My recommendation to you: go for it.


Today’s photo of le viaduc de Millau credit: Missusdoubleyou via photopin cc

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