We are never aware of what we are capable of until…
… we are confronted with that which we think we are incapable of doing.
When people say, “You can’t do that.”, why do we believe that person, and refuse to believe the person that says, “You most certainly can!”?
People who say you can not are the same people who will not.
People who say you can are those that have, or will, do that which they should otherwise be incapable of doing.
And they believe that you can and should do the same.
There is so much to accomplish in life.
Do not surround yourself with those who not only will not place you up on a pedestal but they will hide the pedestal so that you never attempt to climb upon it yourself.
You were created to be upon a pedestal.
To be viewed and admired.
If you have ever been to an art gallery, valuable art is never placed upon the floor.
It is hung.
Or it is placed upon a pedestal.
See yourself that way.
The only thing you should be incapable of doing…
…is accepting to be anything less than fully capable.