“Since Stonehenge,— Norman Foster
architects have always been
at the cutting edge of technology.
And you cant separate technology
from the humanistic
and spiritual content of a building.”
“Stonehenge was built— Stephen Gardiner
possibly by the Minoans.
It presents one of man’s first attempts
to order his view of the outside world.”
They did not know it was impossible.— Mark Twain
So they did it.
Today’s MotD reminds us that the word “impossible”, when given some space, becomes “im possible”. The message being that with some space and time, the impossible can become possible. We are encouraged to reexamine the dreams or goals we’ve deemed “impossible”, maybe even “monumental”. If we truly, with our whole heart and sole, want to make these happen, then give them another go with questions like: is there another way I can make this a reality? -or- is there another version of it that can be made possible? -or- is there a part of this that can be done now and over time built up to its full blown version.
If instance if we wanted to create our own yoga retreat center in Bali, maybe we start by teaching yoga classes to build up clientele. Then possibly create one- or two-day workshops that would include components of the full blown version. In the meantime, we could research what it would take to have a yoga center in Bali. If ones already exist, maybe we could ask to be invited to teach a class there. etc. etc. etc.
In other words, we’re being reminded that there’s more than one way to make the impossible, possible. To those of us of a certain age: who would of thought that someday we’d be carrying around our phones and taking pictures with them…without film!
“It always seems impossible— Nelson Mandela
until it’s done.”
The Mandala Lady
btw…started with this: