We think small.
The universe is constantly presenting us with a smorgasbord of lasting fulfillment, yet we tend to settle for scraps.
There is a story of a man who goes fishing. After he catches the fish, he measures it up against a ruler and if it’s bigger than the ruler, he throw it back. By the end of the day he has thrown back quite a few, and a fellow fisherman asks him why.
“The pot I use to cook the fish is only 12 inches wide. I have no use for the bigger fish”.
Life wants to give us everything, but, when we’re stuck with our small desires, it’s like we are throwing it away.
And … Imagine that We can do or have anything and allow ourselves the courage to go for it.