Hello Friends. Happy Friday.
I am dying. Okay, not really dying, but my sinuses have decided to kill me. Sore throat, coughing, stuffy nose and head, my ears are doing this weird crackly pop…Dying…
So I didn’t make my own image for today. I kind of borrowed it from Pinterest.
I absolutely love this quote. It goes along with the saying that the only way to fail is to give up.
I can think of several different situations that this quote rings true. First one being a high school English teacher becoming one of the biggest and best selling authors, Stephen King. I would have loved to sit through his class and tell the world that Stephen King once taught me English. He was also rejected 30 times before he was published
Another example in writing is Dr. Seuss. He was turned down 27 times before someone published his books. I would like to think that the first 27 publishers are still beating themselves up. Not as many times as Stephen King, but it’s still a lot.
I am sure both of these authors at one point though it was impossible. Okay, maybe not Stephen King. I feel like he would have just started killing people until they published him…I swear his books are his way of fighting back his killing nature.
Stepping away from the book world for a moment. Let’s look at people who have lost so much weight. Some of these people have lost at least half of their weight and when they started that journey, they never thought they could be where they are today.
What we conceive as impossible is just our minds limiting what we think we can do. It’s one step at a time. One word at a time. One day at a time. Eventually, the impossible is right before our eyes. It becomes a dream we can touch and see and show off to the world.
So if it seems impossible today, just keep moving towards it. Tomorrow it will be possible.