Takeoff

Understanding Potential

It’s difficult to imagine that travel is considered a “Process of time”, because what immediately comes to mind is a specific destination. If we give careful thought to the actual process of every nuance of the term, we discover that travel actually isolates the path that is more significant to the point of destination itself. 

Another word for travel is journey. It is within this term which seems to reinforce each segment in life as a necessary component that gives value to our lives with each waking moment of the day. Depending on our perspective, journey and destination are two separate entities whereby we must identify and understand, navigating this concept uncovers our potential.

Without all the twists and turns we experience, our true selves may never be revealed. The strengths and weaknesses that are within, formulate our talents and gifts which ultimately serve the world.

Destiny began it’s calling when we were in the mind of The Creator even before we appeared on the earth. Potential was positioned awaiting development from birth to now. If you have reached your golden years, it is imperative to embrace the passion of truly accepting how each pursuit will add depth and meaning to the world. Your stage in life may be just beginning. Maybe you are a high school/college student, young or advanced entrepreneur, government official, garbage collector, mail person, etc., there is an extreme capability that is lying dormant with a great expectancy of being released at the appointed time.

In his book, “Understanding Potential”, Dr. Myles Munroe points out, “What you have done is no longer potential. Potential is what you can do, but have not done yet.”

Let this journey unfold the untapped potential in us as we carefully review where we are right now and make the decision to follow the path that leads to realizing not only who you are, but who you are meant to be.

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