Lately I’ve been trying to finish reading the book Finding the Game by Gwendolyn Oxenham. Reading this book out in the desert has been a great tool to find motivation to do the impossible.
Tomorrow our faith will be decided by our higher echelon unit. Our unit has been tasked with something that is not impossible, but it is very close to it. As we gather around our command team I can see the intensity in our 1SG’s eyes. I scan the crowd and see his words reach deep into the souls of the soldiers around him. I can see that the crowd is getting fired up. Suddenly a loud roar erupted throughout the crowd and the motivation was echoing around us.
In the eve of battle words must be chosen precisely in order to bring out self confidence.
Now you might be asking yourself how does this tie into Finding the Game. Well the individuals in the book were able to perform the impossible, travel the world and play pickup soccer. People throughout the world would love the opportunity to travel the world and accomplish the impossible. I guess what I’m trying to say is that, if they were able to travel the world and make it possible, then we can accomplish our mission.
Ily k bye