Every day we face all sorts of guidelines and laws about limits. Speed limits, dosage limits, weight capacities, limited time, space, calories the list is endless. Most of these are for our general wellbeing. What about the self imposed limits, like our capacity to learn, love, achieve and give where did they come from? Wh do they exist?

My guess is somewhere in our lives someone told us we weren’t smart enough,tall enough, pretty enough or athletic enough and we believed them. What if believing in those limits has held us back from some great discovery or feat? Suppose that discovery could have benefited humanity and or the world?

My point, don’t let anyone’s opinion limit your capacity to discover and grow into the incredible being God intended you to be!

So go out there and kick some butt!





By gin

A master teacher in the martial arts, trying to master her life and her thinking to create a better world....

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