What Would You Do If You Could Not Fail?

Keep This Quote In Your Mind

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The realization of my last two boys rapidly approaching high school and college, absolutely gut-punched me this year, especially on the first day of school.  What in the world was I going to do once they’re both gone, living the college life? Oh wow, my first two older kids were difficult enough to deal with.

After expressing my fears, my brother asked me the same question mentioned above in my title, “What would you do if you could not fail?”. I joked and said, “I’d have more kids”. I’ve been a mom for more than half of my life, so although I laughed; secretly I had already been asking myself  “what am I going to do, if I am not on 24/7 mom duty?” I had no ideas…….. but my brothers question stayed with me.  Thus, I’ve been playing with an answer in my head for weeks and then I saw this quote.  Simple yet SO empowering. I am not a huge risk taker, but gosh it has been so fun thinking of things I had previously considered impossible.

Something about this quote strengthens me and has even woken up a part of me that I haven’t previously known.

So what would YOU do if you could not fail? Just think on it for a bit. You might just  surprise yourself.

Enjoy your day!




2 thoughts on “What Would You Do If You Could Not Fail?

  1. Ha! good question. I would choose a task in which I genuinely could not fail, whatever my belief system or lack of! Like, experience the Reality of my life. If it’s Real, how can I fail, however long the journey takes?
    On a ‘task’ level …. don’t start me up!! So much wealth in just a few hands, so much poverty, so much starvation…where to begin!!

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