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Six Impossible Things

I had the good fortune this morning of experiencing the life I want to live on a regular basis. I woke up early this morning and Milo, our new Yorkie, demanded that I take him for a walk. As A got LA ready for school, I lounged (napped) and read the paper. Then I began cooking dinner for tonight (inspired by Cathy at Minister of Style) while listening to Hay House Radio and ruminating about what I was going to write about this morning.

This is the life I am intended to live.

This morning Rev. Michael Beckwith was discussing prayer and praise. He confirmed what I knew about prayer, that it is the resonating and Being in Spirit, and he also taught that praise is when you celebrate the hints and signs that your greatest life is unfolding. Beckwith also reminded us that some (many) of us aren’t destined to lead common, ordinary lives. We know that because we are restless and try to suppress those audacious dreams that dance barely beneath the surface. Inspired by the queen’s declaration from Alice In Wonderland that she thinks of six impossible things before breakfast, he challenged us to think of our own Six Impossible Dreams. He challenged us to keep these near to our hearts, affirm them with our actions and thoughts, and praise the signs as they unfold.

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I jotted mine down and then hesitated about sharing them. But since I hope to inspire by example, I’m sharing them with you. Without further ado, my Six Impossible Possible Dreams. Well, five. I couldn’t come up with the sixth one YET.

1- Be a highly paid writer, teacher, leader, and facilitator.

2- Travel the world and be abroad for weeks at a time.

3- Conceive and give birth naturally, healthily, and easily.

4- Be colleagues with the spiritual greats- Iyanla Vanzant, Eckhart Tolle, Michael Beckwith, Wayne Dyer, Oprah, Marianne Williamson.

5- Write for Essence, Huffington Post, and other renown publications.

6- TBD

What are your Six Impossible Dreams? Yeah, those, the ones you are a bit afraid to admit because you have too much fear they can’t happen.


3 comments on “Six Impossible Things

  1. Denise
    September 5, 2012

    Wow, I’m aspired by your truths and courage to share your impossible dreams. As your mom, I feel that knowing who you are, those dreams are realities of your future. Your life has emulated each of those dreams “first steps” – stepping stones completed and “I see” the realities unfolding – so celebrate, do a holy dance, because your greatest life, those impossible dreams are real. Because of your courage, below are my impossible dreams as a mom of five beautiful children:

    1. To see ALL my children obtain a college degree
    2. To have a fulfilling marriage, nourishing, cherishing, exemplifying to others
    3. To be a novelist – meeting Terry McMillian
    4. To open many Transition Home serving the needs of families, displaced youth, homeless peers and develop a blueprint as a legacy for my children.
    5. To see and be a part of ALL my grandchildren and future grandchildren lives
    6. To play on the Senior Woman’s Golf Tour


    • liberationtheory
      September 5, 2012

      Thank you, Mommy for reading and commenting!! I have NO DOUBT that you ARE accomplishing your six impossible POSSIBLE things 😉


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