Chase Your DreamsImpossible is Just a Word
Publisher: Publisher s21598
Everyone at some point in their life has dreamed of being someone special, someone great. Who has not dreamed of being the guy who wins the game with a home run?
And how many times have we dreamed of being rich or successful or happy in our relationships?
Often we dream big and have big ambitions. Unfortunately, our dreams remain just that - dreams.
And our hopes easily gather dust over time and eventually get misplaced ,
This is a sad turn of events in our lives. Instead of having exciting opportunities in self-actualization, we remain trapped in the monotony of everyday life
But you know what? Life could be so much better if we would just learn to set higher goals for ourselves.
However, as we shall see in a moment, sometimes we mistakenly get caught in a limbo ,as our mindset could be fixed to a state of absolute presupposition...and it turns out that you could be facing a farce presupposition
As such, this orietation suggest hat if you are encountering an unusally tough problem in life - whether it be in business, the arts, sports, your personal life,
whatever - it is because you are believing something to be an absolute presupposition which really isn't one. You believe something to be necessarily true and
it isn't even true at all, never mind necessarily so. Let's look at some instances.
In the Middle Ages people believed that if you sailed a ship out to the line of the horizon, where the sea and sky met, then you would fall off the edge of the planet.
Why? Because they believed the Earth was flat. They could not possibly imagine that it could be otherwise because they had no knowledge of the laws of gravity and physics
- a round Earth was simply inconceiveable ,this concept theory derived the most common problem with goal setting with common presupposition of the word "impossible." Most people think, "I can not do that. It's too hard. It's too impossible. No one can do it.
Let the light shine upon your dreams, in the form of inspiration and optimism. Jealously and pure innocence some time surround your dreams with negativity like a mother bear guards her cubs from danger.
If others put your dreams down, the absolute worst thing you could do is to agree with them. Honor your dreams no matter what, no matter how stupid or
worthless others may think they are. What others think does not matter, only your own opinion counts.
Holding your dreams in high regard will always keep a positive light shining upon them.