Sunday, February 13, 2011

Day 44: Scaling the wall


Scaling the Wall, Garden of the Gods, Colorado Springs, CO, November 2007,
Canon PowerShot SD870 IS, focal length 17.3mm, Exposure 1/40 sec @ f5.8, ISO 200, no flash, 
 © Steven Crisp [Click on the photo to enlarge]

So how big is that proverbial wall that you need to scale?  Does it seem impossible?

If it seems so, then it probably is.  You really need to believe you can achieve your goal to be able to navigate all of the obstacles that you find in your way.

But if this is something that you really want.  And if you can visualize yourself reaching your goal.  Then I doubt there are any barriers that you cannot overcome or circumnavigate.

Or maybe you have another ally on your side: fate.  Have a read of this heart-warming story in anticipation of Valentine's day.  

(Oh, and by the way, if you want other uplifting stories to find your inbox, consider subscribing to their daily newsletter.)

  • Donation:  to Friends of the Amherst Library, in my home town
  • Exercise:  Short walk with Frito and Carol (30 mins)


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