What we believe is possible is limited by what we can imagine.
Please discuss. How does this play out in life?
I’ll start us out. We live in a world that values hope. We espouse that anything is possible, if we dare to dream, Our annals, past and present day, are filled with notable folks who have succeeded in this quest. They affirm for us that limits are optional.
The potential of our dreams encourages us to dare and fires our determination. This is a powerful force, inspiration for our endeavors. And yet, it constrains us in that we can only attempt what we can conceive.
Various means of transport and conveyance were devised until suddenly—eureka!—the wheel was invented. What was once outside the scope of imagination suddenly became possible when someone thought outside of accepted boundaries.
Today’s message exhorts me to believe in what I cannot imagine. When I’m willing to accept that wondrous things beyond my conception are possible, I release barriers within myself to envisioning them. In embracing the potential of seeming miracles, I smooth the path to their presence in my life.
How about you? Are you willing to accept the miraculous?