I noticed the packaging on my toddler’s Duplo Blocks, it read: Endless Possibilities. It doesn’t get much more inspiring than that. The thing is…you don’t have to say that to a toddler or to any child. The word “duh” comes to mind. Children are naturally curious, adventurous, go-all-out, bring it, and don’t see the world as limiting. Why do we lose that sense of wonder when we “grow up”? When was the last time that you caught yourself thinking about something in infinite terms?
That’s what I thought.
It’s not a common practice when we have all this life to live, right? Well, it should be. Recently, I started thinking a little more expansive. I’ve never felt more alive and hopeful about my future! I really believe we are meant to create our own endless possibilities…daily, hourly, by the second!
When Your Brain Oozes Outside the Box
Oooh…gross! Not so fast. Physically, yes, it’s an icky picture. But think about the bigger element – mind expansion. Along with growing your heart, it’s the best thing you can do for yourself and others. Yes, the world needs you to start oozing….anytime now. Go ahead, make a big mess! Let it all hang out of your pretty little world. Remember, just because you don’t think endless possibilities are really possible, doesn’t mean they aren’t. Be well-be beautiful.
Photo by ThePurpleHulk
I agree, we are meant to create possibilty!
I think we often forget that to slow done, think outside the box, & just enjoy life. It’s easy to get caught up in everything & I know I can always use the reminder to remember the endless possibilities out there! Thanks 🙂
We all need a reminder to think bigger and go for it!
You’re so right about endless possibilities!
Perhaps one of the saddest things we do to ourselves and others is to put limitations on what we think we can do or be.
I remember hearing a world famous person respond to the question of how he was able to do the amazing things he did with little education. His reply? “Nobody ever told me I couldn’t.”
Thanks for the inspiring quote. It’s a good lesson for us parents to never tell our children something is impossible.