Back when I was a runner (it seems a thousand years ago), I learned that the only to way to get faster was to, each day, do a little more than I thought I could do.
Life is no different.
“We are all asked to do more than we can do,” writes Madeleine L’Engle in Walking On Water.
Sometimes we are asked to forgive the unforgivable.
Sometimes we are asked to survive that which we thought would surely destroy us.
Sometimes we are asked to tell the un-tell-able story.
What is life requiring of you? What impossible action are you now contemplating?