A Dream

“I can’t” often simply means “I’m afraid.”


In bathing suits he and she stand on the edge of the land, staring at the ocean 10 feet below.  “I can’t,” he says.  Saying, “You just did,” she shoves him off of the edge.  When he emerges from under the water he gives her two thumbs-up.  Clearly, just because we feel we can’t do something does not mean that we can’t: Why do we hang back, clinging to fear?  Why are we afraid to find out what we can do?  Whenever contemplating the unknown, instead of thinking “I wonder if I can?” from deep within we hear the chant of “I can’t, I can’t.”  The fact is that what we haven’t yet tried to do we haven’t yet done… so how can we know we can’t do it until we try to do it?  It is the willingness to try that takes us out onto the road of…

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2 Responses to A Dream

  1. Rebecca Erickson says:

    Another excellent piece Kahu….. your blog is always a good daily read ❤

    Aloha, Rebecca

    On Mon, Aug 13, 2018 at 4:39 PM Journey2Kona2019 wrote:

    > GOvideoHAWAII posted: ““I can’t” often simply means “I’m afraid.”” >

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