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Life: A Roller-Coaster or a Trolley Ride?

Topic Of The Week: Extremes & Choice

Do you sometimes dream of an easy, uncomplicated life, without conflicts and other problems? Wouldn’t it be wonderful if the path to your dreams and goals were like a high-speed train and not a roller-coaster or a trolley in a maze?

Really? Always?

The Vekoma roller coaster Limit in the german Heide-Park

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Flying Beyond Your Limitations

Striving for improvement of ourselves and our environment appears to be a constant struggle against restrictions, rules, and other limitations: at home, at school, at work, within the community or country we belong to, “the rest of the world”, and, not to forget, against our own flaws, beliefs, and habits.

Because of this struggle – or rather, our desire to control – we tend to perceive “limitation” as something negative which stands between what we want and what confronts us every moment. Potential and limitations however are nothing but the two extreme aspects of “What Is”. It’s up to us to choose, actively and consciously, which side of this coin we want to look at.

Accessing potential

There’s one problem though: How much of our potential is “visible” to us? Continue reading