Sunday, May 21, 2006

Walking on Water

Wednesday, May 17, 2006 ~ Santa Fe, New Mexico

There’s nothing impossible in this world, although probabilities certainly come into play when we think about trying to fly, move through walls or walk on water.

For me, there’s something about Oceanside Pier (California’s longest public pier, just north of San Diego) that bridges that gap, that makes the improbable seem easily possible.

Whenever I step onto its wooden planks and walk its 1,942 feet — over and past the beach, past the waves, past the surfers and out onto open sea — I always get a sense that the pier isn’t really there, that nothing stands between me and the water. And if I can walk on water, well, everything is possible.

It's the perfect energy as I prepare for Sunday's final teleconference in my 7 Initiations of Mastery series. For what is mastery but the act of making possible the improbable?

You can view a larger version of this drawing, titled "Walking on Water," or purchase a copy, on my web site.

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