Worry is a misuse of your imagination.
I believe with all of my heart and soul that you were meant for a life filled with magic. And here’s the really great news: You don’t have to become a magician in order to experience it. “Magic” is a word we use to describe feelings that are difficult to articulate, not something that a magician performs. The word is reserved for those beautiful, transcendent experiences that we can’t easily put into words.
Remember the first time you saw snow? The birth of a child? Or that feeling of falling in love for the first time? That’s magic. That moment when you felt like a little kid again, where wonder was awakened, and your imagination began to stir and give birth to the curiosity of what could be—that’s magic.
What if you could reawaken that child-like wonder? It would change your entire life. Wonder changes how you see yourself, how you see others, how you see the world around you and how your work plays a unique role in it. There’s not a single part of your life that wouldn’t be impacted by awakening wonder.
Unfortunately, everything in the world is conspiring against wonder in an attempt to crush it. This world wants you to settle for the status quo. To fit in. To keep the system of cynicism and apathy alive and well. When wonder is crushed, our imaginations become accustomed to worry instead of wonder. But worry is a misuse of your imagination. What if you could use it to dream up and step into the extraordinary life that you were meant for?
If wonder is reawakened, curiosity comes alive, and you begin to use your imagination to create, innovate, and dream again. You begin to see possibility all around you, and believe in those possibilities with a child-like faith.
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