We don’t want our minds to stray toward depressing depths of poverty – yikes, don’t go there.
And, we don’t want to fixate on riches or ‘the rich’ for fear we’ll become disenchanted with our own life. We exist inside our dotted line – might be so close, so small, you’ll feel like a Jonah fish or, that dotted line might be so far reaching its boundaries are best described as ‘earth’.
Comfort zone – what does that mean, invisible fence or wall we can’t scale, or bigger than all oceans and all lands? No limit to the limits people put on themselves, there is no end to which people will not go to block themselves from achieving what they want, need and feel compelled or called to do.
There is only one limit we need to be concerned about – that’s our speed limit, one we place on ourselves determining how fast (or how slow) we’ll allow ourselves to go. We don’t have to be ‘fast lane’ constantly, but sitting parked on the shoulder won’t get us anywhere.
Whether we travel in a fast car or fast mind, we ARE the only limiting factor in our lives – not some rules, not someone else, no border, no law, no principle – which stands in our way.
Sometimes we think our ambitions are too big. Maybe what is wrong, what is holding us back, is not that they are too big, but that they are not big enough, bold enough or compelling enough to take us outside our comfort zone to change things …
Really enjoy your column I look forward to your insights and creative, expressive, nature. This post hit a bit of a bell for me, so relieved as the closing was, right on! <--Write On! Lol, CV, Sarasota, FL
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