Enjoying the view from Nothing-is-Impossible Point

“You must find that place inside of yourself where nothing is impossible.”  …  Deepak Chopra

Over the course of the last few years I have discovered that a lot of what people think of as impossible really isn’t.  I have now replaced that word in my vocabulary with the word “Improbable”.  I like how this new word allows me to keep the possibility of producing the most positive experience that I can alive and well.

When I allow “improbable” to replace the old, opinionated, door closing word “impossible” my next adventure isn’t over before it begins … it’s not cast in stone that it’s never going to work and I am not boxed in and limited … I am pursuing a course of action that … however small the odds are that it will work … brings me joy in both the exploring and fulfilling of said quest.

After all of the internal renovating and clearing out I’ve become pretty chummy with the Celestial-Clean-up Crew.  Perky Polly regularly brings them ice-cream and Popsicles as her contribution to keeping their energy and spirits high.  Sunshine Sue has outfitted them all with snazzy new, state-of-the-art telescope/magnifier bifocals so that no speck of resistance to joy will be too small to see nor too far away to prepare for. The internal weather and traffic reports are calling for an increased probability of success with a slight chance of decreased speed due to newly installed Relaxation Zones.  All-in-all I have to say … I’m really enjoying the view from Nothing-is-Impossible Point … from here I can see forever … and it’s looking mighty good.

Godspeed and Joyful Journeying Everyone.

Susanne

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