Thought for the day: (Most) Anything is Possible

Yep, anything. Almost anything is possible. This is one worth repeating. In fact, if I were you, I’d say it every day to yourself.

If thinking along those lines got me here from where I started, then you never know how it can help you when you’re feeling muddled and over-mutted.

My story “from prison to poetry” (so to speak) is proof that overcoming adversity is possible…with alot of help, hard work, some fun in-between, and determination to transform.

I’ll get back to this later, but these days, it really matters that each of us look at ways to better ourselves, help others, and make a difference in the world. We’re seeing the carnage around us from self-focus, self-aggrandizement, and me-me-me, more-more-more. It’s a new day, and time for new approaches to how we live.

“Confront the dark parts of yourself, and work to banish them with illumination and forgiveness. Your willingness to wrestle with your demons will cause your angels to sing. Use the pain as fuel, as a reminder of your strength.”

-August Wilson, playwright. His father was White (a German immigrant) his mother was Black.  Twice won the Pulitzer Prize for drama.


3 thoughts on “Thought for the day: (Most) Anything is Possible

  1. Eugene Brooks

    Love it. I went from being homeless on the streets of Miami to graduating from Law School. A Mutt like me made good. Who would of ever thought it was possible. I suffered from many addictions for many years before finding me and my place in the world and with my spirituality. I have just finished a book about my journey and would love for you to read it. Check out site.

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