The Simplicity of Infinite Possibility

Tell the truth. How often do you focus on the inconsequential ‘boo hoo', the opportunities missed,┬áthe loss and pain of the less than litany of disappointments? Is it any wonder that as much as you ‘say' you want a different world, the same one keeps showing up on your doorstep.

Life can seem ruthless when you're bent on living it truthfully. What's true is that lip service, doesn't equal change. Transformation requires a relentless pursuit of what's possible. Think of those that came before you that chose to embody the glimmer of possibility heretofore unknown. It doesn't matter whether it's Madame Curie or Martin Luther King, the trademark of a visionary is the single minded intention to bring a possibility into being.

You hang onto your pain like it means something, like it's worth something. Well let me tell you something, it's not worth shit! Let it go!

Infinite possibilities and all you can do is whine. You can do anything, you're alive! What's a little pain compared to that. You say, “It can't be so simple.” What if it is . . . Nathaniel Fisher, Six Feet Under

What if reality is woven from infinite possibility, a legion of visions and visionaries, each one of us contributing to the warp and woof of our cosmic tapestry?

What if it were as simple and natural as breathing? Imagine that your vision becomes the air you breathe, the constant companion in your singular quest. It is surely yours to wield. Just like the fertile ground, the morning mist and the rays of the sun, your attention and actions are the vital life force that bring it into being.

All creations are a labor of love. Pain and promise are inextricably intertwined, two sides of the same coin. It's your choice which one you honor, which one you witness. As the song often reminds us, “I'm a dreamer, aren't we all.”

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Adela Rubio

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Adela Rubio

Adela Rubio writes and speaks on awakening your creative essence with the power of collaboration and community. She’s hosted 20+ Women’s Writing Circles, 30-Day Adventures, and Telesummits.