Have you ever had a goal that you were told just couldn’t possibly be achieved? Or maybe you’ve seen the state in which some parts of the world currently are. And you wish there was something you could do about it.
Perhaps you’ve witnessed the bullying rates at school. And want to stand out but don’t because you believe it’s “impossible” to stand out and NOT be victimized.
Think of every other time when you couldn’t do something because society deemed it to be IMPOSSIBLE. Don’t you wish you can just rip that label off?
Well, fourteen individuals have had to face that tag. They’ve decided share their stories on how they took “one step at a time” in the quest to beat it. Why? Because it’s about time people realize that ‘impossible is just a tag. Not a closed door.
Once again, Collaboration With A Purpose is back!! This is the second of our 5-month collaboration “contract” of sharing inspiration and truth. July was on Strength and:
Our Theme For August
The theme for this month is “One Step at a Time Towards The Impossible!” Or as Nicolle rightly said… seemingly impossible, because nothing is supposed to be impossible, right?
The idea of this theme is that there are a lot of things that seem impossible. And as they always say the first step is the most difficult, so that’s what our posts will be about.
Now, to introduce the individuals partaking in this collaboration, I would be sharing a mega-awesome, amazing and great highlight on each collaborator by a dear, dear friend. This person is multi-talented, kind-hearted and hilarious. And she never fails to brighten up my day.
Here’s the list of bloggers taking part, in alphabetical order! This round we have 14 bloggers participating (I hope you’re not superstitious). And I added little excerpts from their blogs that really caught my eye. Which will hopefully whet your interest enough to visit their blogs too.
1. Addison D’Marko (“If you want to achieve complete happiness one of the things you are going to have to do is care less. By this I mean stop putting so much thought into the things that do not matter.”)
2. Ajibola Sunday @ Inspirational Motivation (“The true definition of success is being happy and living up to your potentials.”)
3. Barb Caffrey @ Barb Caffrey’s Blog (“So, if you believe in any sort of Higher Power, one of the things you need to remember is to forgive yourself once in a while.”)
4. Camilla Motte @ Moms on the Go (“We want to be help to the helpless. We all need love and support and I pray this community will be that for you.”)
5. Divyang Shah @ i think my way (“If someone doesn’t speak much, don’t interpret as a dumb, their mind must be working on something very big or maybe he is a writer and observing surrounding on which he would come with some deep write-ups.”)
6. Ipuna Black (“None of us are perfect or come from perfect backgrounds, but this doesn’t mean we can’t aim for a positive and fulfilling life. The life we all deserve.”)
7. Jothish Joseph @ TheJothishJosephBlog (“Anybody can write “Extra” before “ordinary” but only people of courage dare to earn it…”)
8. Manal Ahmad a.k.a. iamthatgirl @ Sensible Nonsense (“Who says oblivion happens to all of us? A single act of kindness makes sure you live on in somebody’s heart.”)\
9. Mylene C. Orillo (“Where I’m at right now is a testament that ‘Dreams really do come true.’”)
10. Nicolle K @ Stories of a Highly Sensitive Introvert! (“Success, for me, is when I spend my days feeling happy, peaceful, fulfilled and without fear of lack.”)
11. Sadaf Siddiqi (“The best thing about memories, is one doesn’t realize they are making memories but once recorded, it just rewinds and takes one back to the beautiful series of life.”)
12. Sonyo Estavillo @ ‘Lil Pick Me Up (“I am here to champion anyone from the successful and confident folks, to those that are clinically depressed.”)
13. Tajwar Fatma @ LifeAsWeHaveNeverKnownIt (“When life hits you hard, hit back harder!”)
14. And of course myself, Jane Love @ Harmonious Joy (“People who have a genuine say and a true voice of their own… not just an echo of some celebrity they think they love.”)
COLLABORATION WITH A PURPOSE: ONE STEP TOWARDS THE IMPOSSIBLE