Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Believe in What You Want, Not What Is

FROM BEARS (Barry Neil Kaufman): The impossible become possible because someone dreams it so. Being realistic has to do with the past...confining ourselves to what someone did or didn't accomplish yesterday. That means nothing about today or tomorrow.

One person's dismissed folly can be another person's determined reach for the stars. What's the difference? Self-Trust/Self-Reliance. Believe in what you want, not what is.

Chinese proverb: "People who say it can't be done shouldn't get in the way of the people doing it."

More love, Bears

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