|12-07-2011, 06:04 PM||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Jul 2011
What is Possible
I've heard many people say that anything is possible. In fact, if you google something about following your dreams, you'll see a bunch of non-LoA people talk about how anything is possible. Of course, by anything they mean you can go to college, make a bunch of money, find a romantic partner, etc, all things that are obviously possible. The LoA people often end up in the same boat by limiting the "impossible" dreams people achieve to things that are obviously achievable through focused effort and/or luck.
What if what I want has no action plan, self-initiated (hard work) and/or other-initiated (luck) which would allow it to happen? By this I don't mean "Fly like superman!", I just mean what if where I am is outside the reach of where I want to be?
This is not my problem but it illustrates my point well in a way that people can (I think) understand. There are some men that want to be a woman and they mutilate themselves enough to kind of look like one, but they are not -really- female, and then there are women who want to be a man and there is no mutilation that would even allow them to kind of look like one. A transexual doesn't want to be a feminine man or a masculine woman. They try their best to play the role they want to be in but they never really become it, no matter what they do or how they feel. This tortures them deeply. Are their dreams outside their reach? Being a woman or being a man is not impossible as such. It's just outside their reach. If anything is possible, then it should be possible for a woman that wants to be a man, not just kind of want it but deeply want it, to become one. Is it? Would such a person be wasting their time in the pursuit? I say "the pursuit" because... can such a woman achieve this through the "pink-colored glasses" strategy advocated by Abraham-Hicks?
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