Reach for the Impossible

Landscape Arch, Arches National Park, May 2016.

Landscape Arch, Arches National Park, May 2016.

Just a reminder: reach for the impossible.

The once impossible already surrounds us. So many conveniences that we take for granted in our lives today (highway systems, ibuprofen, cell phones) exist because people before us had vision.

For more inspiration, there’s nature. Think of what bees can do to pollen, or time can do to stone.

Claim the impossible in your art. Write your novel, bit by bit. Compose your opera. Take up knitting or a ukulele.

Make your impossible community. Invite a neighbor over for lemonade. Stop a war.

Impossible is just the early stage of the dream, and we have today to devote to it.

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