I Can Make It Happen (by: Author Unknown) History abounds with tales of experts who were convinced that the ideas, plans, and projects of others could never be achieved. However, accomplishment came to those who said, "I can make it happen." full storyIf the Dream Is Big Enough, the Facts Don't Count (by: Cynthia-Stewart Copier) My daughter kept her promise and completed her degree. It took her six years, but she did not give up. She can still be found sometimes as the sun is setting, bouncing a basketball. And often I hear her tell others, "If the dream is big enough, the facts don't count." full storyKeep Your Goals Away from the Trolls (by: Peter McWilliams) There is a type of crab that cannot be caught -- it is agile and clever enough to get out of any crab trap. And yet, these crabs are caught by the thousands every day, thanks to a particular human trait they possess. full storyLeap of Faith (by: Stephen J. Hopson) After ten years of working for a prestigious Wall Street bank and slamming into a glass ceiling, I vehemently said "Enough!" full storyLittle Blue Engine (by: Denis Waitley) A delightful children's story tells of a little blue engine who looked at his impossible task of pulling a train up a steep hill and said, "I think I can, I think I can, I think I can." full storyLook Out, Baby, I'm Your Love Man (by: Jack Canfield) Les Brown and his twin brother were adopted by Mamie Brown, a kitchen worker and maid, shortly after their birth in a poverty-stricken Miami neighborhood. full storyMental Chain, The (by: Neil Eskelin) Most people are like the circus elephant. Have you ever seen a giant elephant in an indoor arena tied to a little wooden stake. That huge creature can pick up two thousand pounds with its trunk, yet it calmly stays tied. Why? full storyPassionate Pursuit of Possibility (by: James E. Conner) As a child, Mary Groda did not learn to read and write. Experts labeled her retarded. As an adolescent, she "earned" an additional label, "incorrigible," and was sentenced to two years in a reformatory. It was here, ironically, in this closed-in place, that Mary - bending to the challenge to learn - worked at her task for as long as 16 hours a day. full storySparky - Charlie Brown (by: Burn G) A story is told about a boy named Sparky. For Sparky school was all but impossible. He failed every subject in the eighth grade. He flunked physics in high school. Receiving a flat zero in the course, he distinguished himeself as the worst physics student in the school's history. Sparky also flunked Latin, algebra and English. full storyThe Birth of a Dream (by: Author Unknown) "Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it canachieve."
Would you agree with the statement that a dream isborn from an idea-a simple idea conceived in the mind? full story