"Seeing is believing" is a popular saying everywhere; I believe that this is true because "what you can see; you can achieve".
You can only reach as far as you see yourself going.
Anything out of your sight is definitely out of your reach. Your vision determines how far you are willing to go and reveals how much you want what you can see. Everything you have ever wanted or imagined - a future, desired lifestyle, a new job - is determined by your ability to see what you. I am not just talking about your physical eyes, but as long as your mind can think it and your heart can believe it, then your hand will work towards achieving it. Best believe that whatever is too big for your eyes to see, or too big for your mind to imagine, is most certainly too big for you to want to pursue and achieve it.
The power and ability to visualize something cannot be over-emphasized. Even scripture speaks of envisioning. Habakkuk 2:2 says, "And the Lord answered me and said, 'Write the vision and engrave it so plainly upon tablets that everyone who passes may [be able to] read [it easily and quickly] as he hastens by.'"
God understands that once you have a vision (something seen in a dream, trance; a thought, concept, or object formed by the imagination; a manifestation to the senses of something immaterial; the act or power of imagination; mode of seeing or conceiving; unusual discernment or foresight), it is important to write it down. Writing out your visions and dreams reminds yourself of your goals and purpose right now, in the future, and can help other people to find their way as well.
For every great thing that was created, there was a visual representation of the expected end goal. At the beginning of creation, God saw that it was good, and He proceeded with His work (Gen 1: 4).
In every aspect of our lives, it is important that we can see the things we want in our lives.
The truth is, if you don't see it, it will be difficult for it to come to pass in your life. It's like an open door and all you need to do is walk through the door and grab your blessings and next level. If you cannot see that the door is opened, you cannot walk through the door. If you don't walk through the door, you cannot possess your possession.
Clifford Milburn Holland solved a problem. Heis the man who built the Holland tunnel that connects New York to New Jersey. He made an easier route to travel between the two states, but he had to first envision a way to solve a problem. What you can't see, you cannot pursue and what you don't pursue, you can't attain. Instead of seeing those difficult situations and unending sorrow, why don't you begin to visualize your victory and see yourself prevailing over time. Envision your victory and claim it!
Adeola is an hopeless romantic who sees everything from love's perspective. Her passions include cooking, writing, and making friends.