“Nothing is impossible, the word itself says ‘I’m possible’!” Audrey Hepburn
I never noticed that before, but there is a very clear message there. All is possible!
So, I ask you this morning, what one experience comes to mind from your own life that you thought would never be possible but you achieved it anyway?
For me it was landing a dream job that had 800 applicants and 80 people interviewed. I don’t even know where I got the courage to apply as the odds were definitely stacked against me. But I did it anyway.
I remember every single detail of the day that I received the news in person that I got the job. I remember walking home. No, let me rephrase that. I remember dancing home, skipping home, flying home, after I got the news. It was a beautiful spring day, and I felt, No, I KNEW, that the sun was shining for me and the birds were singing for me and the flowers were blooming for me, in my honour, as I walked by. They were celebrating my courage and they were rejoicing in my victory.
So, my dear friends, what is your own personal memory of achieving the impossible? And YES, you have one! Just close your eyes, dig deep and remember. Bring to mind a day when you felt jubilant, beside yourself with joy, deliriously happy over something wonderful that had happened to you that you never thought could happen to someone like you. Remember that day, re-live those emotions, reminisce about that experience, recall those feelings. And let this memory be a catalyst to propel you onto your next triumph, your next adventure which leads me to one of my other favorite quotes by Helen Keller. “Life is either a daring adventure or nothing at all.”
What will your next adventure be? I DARE you to begin it today!
Love and blessings, Veronica Hay firstname.lastname@example.org