What if I lose my job? What if my marriage fails? What if my health fails? What if I don’t have enough money? What if I don’t enough time? What if she or he doesn’t like me? What if I make a fool of myself?
The thing is, everything after “what if” is by nature, pure imagination. And because it is imagination, it means it can be changed and we have a choice.
You can imagine something different. You can make some better, happier, healthier, more exciting stuff up; as opposed to the same ol’ – all the stuff you don’t want.
What if you were OK? What if it turns out all right? What if he will have enough money? What if you will have enough time? What if you will be healthy? What if people do like you? What if you can turn the ship around?
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