How often do you say “because” every day? For example, I can't come tonight because (I have to work late); I have to work late because (I have to finish this project); I need to do this because (it's a job and better than nothing); I'd love to do what I'd really like in life but I can't because (I don't have the money, or enter your own reason here). Are the things you say after “because” real? Or are they simply all your reasons and justifications for not doing something? When you really want something, do you find a way to create it, whatever it takes? If you'd like to create more of what you'd really like in your life, notice every time you say “because” and ask “What's possible that I haven't considered?” You're not wrong when you say because. In fact, you're absolutely right. And if you'd like something more than you currently have, questions will open your eyes and show you what else is possible. Then you can create it, if you choose.
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