"Dwell in possibility..." - Emily Dickinson To dwell in possibility is to claim hope. The idea of possibility strengthens the confidence we have in ourselves. “You can and you will,” it whispers. “Nothing is impossible.” I think we often get caught up in the realities of life – we’re encouraged at some point to ground our dreams and ideas so they are more attainable and more realistic. There are some things we just can’t and won’t be able to do. Face the reality. As it turns out, our reality is what we make of it. Never be afraid to dream big, to set seemingly unattainable goals, to work hard, to take action turning new ideas into reality. As Audrey Hepburn once said, “Nothing is impossible, the word itself says ‘I’m possible’!”
What is doubt saying is impossible for you?
For me, it’s achieving excellence in music performance where the most impossible task always seems to be overcoming myself – overcoming the intimidation of being vulnerable and completely exposed. It’s learning to let go of situations that are beyond my control and keeping calm in my heart. It’s setting work aside, turning off all of the creative ideas in my brain, and living.
Reality is what you make of it, friends. Will you choose to dwell in possibility?