Hope dawns with a sense of what is possible.
Then experience and naysayers work their dark arts, and often two simple letters are added to that possibility: I and m:
This is where most people stall and stop.
But there is magic in movement and in punctuation.
Keep the lessons learned from impossibility thinking - it's a phase we all go through - but move your perspective.
"It's just a jump to the left!"
Move your I and m a couple of spaces to the left, and a new kind of possibility emerges.
Add an apostrophe and you'll avert a catastrophe:
Shift happens, folks! It happens first between our ears in that marvellous muscle called your brain. And it takes some muscle to move the I and m to the left, and then to pull in that apostrophe that averts the catastrophe.
Here's a muscle building question for you:
"I know what you want is impossible, but if it was possible, how could you make this work for you?"
Everything is possible for those who believe!!!
A Moodscope member.