“Who would attempt to fly with the tiny wings of a sparrow when the mighty power of an eagle has been given him (Kenneth Wapnick).” We see only partially the inordinate gifts we have. We walk through life believing we’ve reached our potential without realizing that our potential is unlimited. It is up to us to keep digging, searching, and working to bring more of our potential to the surface. Once we discover it, it takes hard work and practice (like any great athlete) to hone our potential into something special.
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