A miracle is something possible from one perspective that only appears impossible from another perspective.
I’m not interested in what already looks possible for you. I want to know what looks impossible to you. What would be the miracle for you in your life? How incredible would it be to make that happen?
Being right is just a consolation prize for not creating the life you really want.
Most people struggle with what appears impossible first and foremost because they are being that it’s impossible, being that it can’t be done. Notice how you live when you call something impossible; you stop. You live in a way that supports what you declare as impossible, and then you get to be right about it. Being right is just a consolation prize for not creating the life you really want. You get to have a life of being right that what you really want is impossible.
I convince myself that I can’t move until I know how—but I’ll never know how until I move.
And that’s the truth.
A life that I can figure out and predict holds no interest for me anymore. A life of “knowing how” in order to take the next step is really no life at all. Really. It’s a cage. A fearful, lifeless cage. It’s a trap, because I convince myself that I can’t move until I know how—but I’ll never know how until I move. And that’s the truth.
Creating the impossible will always require that you show up in a new way to bring it about.
It will always require that you show up in a new way to bring it about. It may require asking for help. It may require giving up old stories about yourself and others. But it never requires “knowing how” before moving. Never. In fact, it usually requires stepping out—being in action—before any details fall into place.
There is a sense of aliveness when someone asks you, “How are you going to do it?” And you sincerely exclaim, “I don’t know! Isn’t it great?!” Then watch heaven and earth move in response to the action you take. Something phenomenal happens in the world when ordinary men and women take a stand for a life greater than themselves. It’s inspiring, it’s extraordinary. This is where miracles are made. And you were made for this!
Watch heaven and earth move in response to the action you take. It’s phenomenal.
In life, your choice is to either elevate who you’re being to align with what you really want (transformation), or lower what you want to align with who you’re already being (resignation). How long will you be satisfied with what already looks possible, when you can make miracles instead?