In the tale, Alice in Wonderland, the Queen says to Alice, “Sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.” The queen was responding to Alice’s comment, “IOne can’t believe impossible things.” The queen tells Alice she hasn’t had much practice. That’s a good lesson for all of us. We don’t let ourselves believe in impossible things often enough. Perhaps we need to listen to the queen and give it some practice. What’s something you’ve wanted or wanted to do, but felt it was impossible. Is it time to make the impossible possible. I think so.
Published by Ray Calabrese
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