Many who saw Goliath believed he was too big to hit, but there was one who saw Goliath and believed he was too big to miss.
The only way to achieve the impossible is to believe it is something possible to achieve. Orville and Wilbur Wright believed that that which seemed impossible was indeed possible. Before Buzz Aldrin walked on the moon, he was already walking on the moon in someone’s mind. Somebody believed it was possible, it was a belief so strongly held that the only option not on the table was failure.
Gravity and velocity, among other forces, are the Goliaths (obstacles) of aeronautics. Because the Wright brothers believed more in the law of possibility than in obstacles, 66 years later Buzz Aldrin was able to walk on the moon.
Henry Ford once said “Whether you believe you can do a thing or not, you are right.”
Whatever you believe, you’re right. If you think you can, you’re right. If you think you can’t, you’re right. It’s whatever you believe. Belief, (possibility thinking) like gravity, is a universal law. It operates irrespective of socio-economic status.
Consider this: If you throw a ball up in the air what happens next? It will fall back to the ground. It’s a law of gravity that cannot be denied. It does not matter whether you are black or white, rich or poor, male or female, educated or uneducated. This law is always operational and always constant.
It is the same with possibility thinking. Working within the parameters of this law and held inviolate, your dream, inspiration, calling — your avocation will become your experience. So I challenge you today, grab some rocks and lets bring your Goliath down!
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