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If you can find a path with no obstacles, it probably doesn't lead anywhere.
-- Frank A. Clark


Monday, January 20, 2003

Venture out

You have no way of knowing how much you can do until you actually begin to do it. You do not know how far you can go until you actually begin to venture out. Just because no one has done it before does not make it impossible. You may be the very person who finally finds a way.

If you knew the full extent of what you were capable of achieving, you would never hesitate to step boldly forward. If you truly knew how very, very much was indeed possible, doubt would never be a part of your thinking.

The way to know what you can do is not to guess or wish or speculate. The way to know what you can accomplish is to begin and then to persist.

Become aware of your own strength by putting it to use. And become aware of the best of your possibilities by bringing them to life.

— Ralph Marston

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