Impossible? Think again!

my gift for you
Drawing by Adrian Serghie

   How often do you have a crazy idea and after that you think it will never become a reality? You get from excited to sad very quickly, don’t you? That’s because the actual reality doesn’t match with the future one if you don’t know how it can be done. And that happens all the time, but once you really start thinking about it, you will get closer and closer to that.

   “Shoot for the moon. Even if you miss, you’ll land among the stars.” – Norman Vincent Peale

   Yeah, I know this sounds like some cheap motivational crap, but you know what? I don’t care. I need some motivational crap in my life because I sometimes forget what life is all about. In my opinion, it’s about making it a better place than before. That’s not easy especially because even the simplest things tend to be complicated as f*ck. We have all the choices in the world, but we hardly know what to choose sometimes.

   I’d like to go for the impossible. Why? Because it’s more exciting than the alternative. A predictable life is boring and it leaves no room for living most of the time (yes, there are exceptions). Think about it as watching a movie. Would you like to re-watch all the movies you watched so far? Once you know how some of them end, you don’t want to see that again if it’s boring.

   After all, what is impossible? Fifty years ago a touch screen was impossible. Nowadays, it’s impossible to imagine the world without it. Nothing is impossible if we’re willing to go for it.

   “Where there’s a will there’s a way.” – English Proverb

   What impossible ideas do you have?

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  1. Strange you should post and ask this whilst I’m sat here pouring over dirt cheap land prices I would love to buy and develop. No actual reason we can’t sell up and live in a static caravan for a while either it’s infuriating.

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      1. The emotion of Fuck, I Gotta Do Something, Quick! Usually kicks in during impending doom or when I know I haven’t been active in my desires and hobbies for a while and I’m aware NOTHING is getting done and HASN’T been for a while. It’s the game changer. I can either get defeated from that emotion and stop altogether, or change the way I’m approaching it! It’s why I started some resin art yesterday! ☆

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