Beyond the Horizon

October 9, 2010

 

 

Photo by Phil Johnson

When we look out on the horizon, the point where land and sky meet-how do we know there is something beyond what we are seeing? How do we know that it does not stop there?

We just know. We understand that what we are seeing is an illusion. We have no doubt whatsoever that what we see as the horizon, is due to our limited perspective of how far we can see.

We know there is something beyond, we know our vision is limited.

So why is it, if we have so much faith, belief and trust that there is something beyond the horizon, even though we can’t see it, we struggle to have the faith, belief and trust in other things we can’t physically see?

How often do we give up on our dreams and goals, because we can’t see how they can possibly be achieved? We can’t see further than our own limited perspective of what is real?

How brilliant would it be if we applied the the same faith, belief and trust to our goals and dreams as we do when looking at the horizon?

When we know without question, there is so much more beyond what we can see. When we totally understand we have a limited physical perspective of what is real. When we believe, completely, in the endless and limitless.

How much more would we broaden our horizons of faith belief, trust and limitless, endless possibilities?

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