Uncatchable Ball

This expression comes from an exercise where the class leader asks a volunteer to do everything they can do to catch a ball he throws.

At first the leader throws easy balls, then throws them wide, or throws them strong. The volunteer moves to catch them and catches them or not.

Then the leader throws the ball behind himself… and the volunteer doesn’t move.

When questions why he didn’t move, he says: the ball was uncatchable. but the instructions were: do what you can to catch the ball… But human nature is that if we can’t see that we can catch the ball, we won’t even move.

Subscribe to notifications

Let me send you an email every time I publish a new article

view pixel
Please note that I send an email every day. Also: if you don't fill out your name, I'll remove your subscription promptly.
You can unsubscribe any time.

Author: Sophie Benshitta Maven

True empath, award winning architect, magazine publisher, transformational and spiritual coach and teacher, self declared Avatar

Subscribe to this blog

view pixel