Why do you suppose you were born when you were, to the parents you were born to, in the country you were born in?
What is your limit? Will you accomplish everything you want to accomplish? Are you doing the thing that makes you the happiest? What is the one thing you would do to live the life you’ve always imagined and what’s holding you back?
Have you ever had a bad day, week, month, maybe it lasted a year or more? Maybe you have bills to pay and live payday to payday, nothing in your savings account or a job that works you to the bone; are you living in the past or the present? Are you chasing your dreams or someone else’s? Have you given up or just . . . settled for what you got?
We all have challenges and we all have a story, we have lists and things to do and what seems like not enough hours in a day. Do you remember as child someone telling you ‘I’ve about reached my limit with you . . .’ Have you ever used this phrase with someone that has pushed you to your limit?
Can you . . . Would you . . . Do more if it meant changing your life forever, what if it would change someone else’s life . . .forever . . . what if it changed or impacted the future in ways you can only imagine? Just one life . . . Lou Holtz said “I can’t believe that God put us on this earth to be ordinary.” If you were meeting God in the morning, what would you do to reach your limit?
Are you placing priority on how long you live or how ‘much’ you live? If you could erase fear and excuses, what would you do, when would you do it and if you did what you set out to do, would you reach farther or would that be good enough?
The woods are lovely, dark, and deep,
But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep. Robert Frost