Limitations are inevitable. They’re ubiquitous. Striving for a reality free of limitations is a fallacy. To make progress not every limitation is worth pushing against. Making headway sometimes means negotiating, and even cooperating with them. Everyday I wrestle with, “what is possible?”
Yesterday we decided we would go to a shopping centre further than ones close to home. That centre has bigger shops and more variety. This is the start of our fable of privilege. At bed time I didn’t bother setting the alarm on my iPhone like I do when I have an early start. Ingrid …
Debates on what’s possible and what isn’t are always going to be with us. Of all generations we should know better by now. Yet, some skepticism still rules many. Possibility is not about ‘if’ but ‘when’. So, what makes things possible?
The Eland, the biggest antelope I these parts. Eland also happens to be my last name. A majestic beast the Eland is. Wow. It’s not everyday one gets to be this close to a herd. Just another day in Africa :-)
UPDATE: This giveaway has ended So, I was cleaning out my closet and discovered a goodie bag that has a gift for someone reading this. I’m so excited to be able to give this away! I think it’s very appropriate, especially taking into account that at the heart of Christmas is giving.