Doubt. — Suspending Disbelief is the Cure.

I agree. Doubt is where dreams and magic went to die.
“Suspending disbelief is the art of believing and leaving doubt behind. It is the art of putting all doubts aside. And it happens when we stop trying to figure it all out. When we stop trying to be rational all of the time. When we stop trying to make it all make sense. When we just have faith. Just believe. For so many of us, that is a really hard task. Almost impossible. Because we need everything to make sense. We need everything to have a reason. We need it to have order and explanations and definitions.

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If you could create a painless, inexpensive cure for a single ailment, what would you cure and why?

Doubt. I would cure … doubt.

Because doubt is the thing that keeps us from trying.

Doubt is the thing that keeps us from achieving.

Doubt is the thing that keeps us from believing that the most amazing things can happen.

Doubt is the thing that holds us back and makes us … miss the magic.

My girl-child just started reading a book in her third grade class about the great Shoeless Joe Jackson.

So. Without a doubt, we had to watch Field of Dreams.

Field of Dreams. A story about a farmer. A farmer who believed. A farmer who believed and built a baseball field. A baseball field in the middle of a corn field.

And then watched as his childhood heroes stepped through the stalks and played a game.

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