WE ARE WHAT WE IMAGINE: September 4, 2020

“Our best destiny is to imagine, at least, completely, who and what, and that we are.” N. Scott Momaday

Pulitzer Prize winning Native American writer N. Scott Momaday said “The greatest tragedy that can befall us is to go unimagined.”

We are here to tap our own co-creative power to collectively envision a new world forward – for all of us to step into a new world that we can inhabit. So these lessons, these truths are not just to rely on an existing framework – there are no more reliable frameworks – but this truth is to help you realize the power of creating your own framework, write your own story, develop your own powerful myth, tap into the unlimited abundance of the universe to begin again.

The universe is always blessing us with what is for our highest good, to begin to cultivate a consciousness which realizes that there is nothing that we cannot do and nothing that we cannot have because there is a power in us that attracts what we need before we even ask.

I am not worried about what you have.

I am not worried about what you’re doing, what you’re imagining, what you’re delivering, what you’re creating, what you’re manifesting — because I got it going on in me.

We need now more than ever to tell a new story that must also be a prayer, a new narrative that provides for an evolution and transcendence of the moment and a new lens through which we can begin to re-envision and re-define ourselves.

“As an African-American actor, a lot of our stories haven’t been told.”

CHADWICK BOSEMAN

“I remember my first agent telling me – because they found me as an actor, but I was probably more interested in writing and maybe directing – they were like, ‘Well, you can’t do both things.’ And I was like, ‘I’m gonna show you.'”

CHADWICK BOSEMAN

“Nobody has to give me permission to write.”

CHADWICK BOSEMAN
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