What is my limit?



“The sky is the limit,” is it really? It seems like an easily attainable location. For a long time, I was taught that the sky is the ONLY limit, the only attainable destination. However, in my opinion, as long as humans have been able to penetrate the atmosphere, the sky is definitely not the limit. What is a limit? It’s a boundary, and you can’t seem to get to the other side. Does your limit define you? I’d like to think not, your mind does. You set your mental limits and tell yourself they’re acceptable. Speaking from experience, I thought writing poems and stories was my limit, I never thought I could go beyond that and test myself. Writing semi-motivational pieces has enabled me see things from several points of views. I always say the sky is the beginning of the limit, move from to the unknown to the even more unknown, challenge yourself from the start. To put it simply, as Sol Hurok has, “the sky is the limit if you have a roof over your head.”


thanks xx


14 thoughts on “What is my limit?

  1. Kings says:

    Good write-up dear. There’s no limit to what humans can attain, you only place your own limit. One can always test his or her limits and go beyond.

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