Supposedly no one has been up to the moon in decades and there is no manned lunar program currently in progress, if they do start up again and you don't get accepted for the limited slots of those going then your not doing to the moon. |
With that we sometimes use double speak in talking to others or to ourselves about things we might want to do that has limited availablity to none, or more so a lack of willingness on our part to follow through.
It helps to have realistic expectations and views as to what you are doing according to the theme of fairness.
Wes Unseld was a starting center in the NBA at 6'7 which is the very low end of the height they look for with this positivion and that league but he was a bulky wide body type with exquistite skills such as passing the ball the length of the court on the outlet pass with ultra precision.
He had some compensating factors that did overide being the shortest in the league at this position. certainly there are stretch possibilities, if I can surf 20 foot waves, maybe I can surf 25 foot waves well but if I enjoy the 20ish, why not stay with the program?
The better view is realism with stretch possibilities, but trying to visualize something happening with extremely low to nil odds is counter productive to the discussion and even worse it may take you away from some very good on land, not out to sea opportunities and options that if you just uptempo your confidence and self trust a bit, you can find yourself right there, up front and present, and in the meantime, you can still view the moon in the sky.
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