Charles Schulz, the creator of “Peanuts,” once said that “There’s no point in beating on a dead horse.” This quote is often used by people who just can’t seem to move past something. They don’t want to give up and they don’t want to keep going forward either. They’re stuck in limbo, as it were. There are many things that might cause us to get stuck like this, but one thing we should be certain of is that there will always be footprints left behind by those who’ve gone before us. No matter how high we try and fly or how far we go – if others have been there before us then our journey was never really without limits at all.
It is because of these footprints that we can know the sky isn’t really so high in some places, and it’s also why there are limits to what we should do or dream. We don’t have to feel like a failure if someone else has done something before us; instead, they’ve made sure our journey had never been without limit all along. And then they left behind their own set of footprints for others who follow after them – people just as afraid and unsure about going forward onto new ground. It might not be easy now, but it will always be easier than trying to move into unknown territory alone.
Don’t tell me the sky is the limit when there are footprints on the moon-
Article about the idea that there are no limits without footprints on the moon.
Article about how someone else’s footsteps pave our way and make it easier for us to move forward, rather than going into unknown territory alone.
The highest mountain top is not as high as the next one. There are no limits to how far we can go, there are only footprints on the moon.-
Article about the idea that sky maybe limit but there’s always more ground to cover and explore. The article includes quotes from Neil Armstrong in 1969 talking about his first steps on Moon with “One small step for man, One giant leap for mankind.”
It also talks about how someone else has paved our way before us and left their marks behind so we don’t have to do it all alone. And even if they’re unknown territory still, they will make future journeys easier than going into them alone.
The sky is not the limit, you’re limited only by your own imagination. The footprints on the moon are an example of what we can achieve when people work together to make life in space possible for humans and other beings alike. If you don’t believe me that’s fine but I’m going to keep my eyes on those stars because they’ll be mine someday one day soon enough I hope.
There has been a lot of controversy surrounding whether or not it makes sense economically for us as human beings to explore space beyond our atmosphere with all the risks involved. It does seem like there would always be some risk associated with something new though so doesn’t every adventure have its risks? And at this point how much more could happen than what has already? We’ve been to the moon and back, we explored Mars with rovers. I don’t know about you but that’s a lot of risk for me so far!
But isn’t it worth it for all the new discoveries we have made in space exploration?
You might not think this is an important issue but what if one day your life depended on being able to explore beyond our atmosphere? What would happen then?
The next time someone tells you there are limits placed upon humankind by anyone other than ourselves remember these words: “Don’t tell me the sky is the limit when there are footprints on the moon.” The truth is now more accessible than ever because when people work together amazing things can be achieved.
Don’t tell me the sky is the limit when there are footprints on the moon. When people work together amazing things can be achieved. The next time someone tells you there are limits placed upon humankind by anyone other than ourselves remember these words: “Don’t tell me the sky is the limit when there are footprints on the moon.” Don’t give up, don’t ever lose hope! We have already come so far and now it’s just a matter of pushing on to make sure we will go farther still. There is no reason why we should feel confined or limited in any way because those who came before us made what once seemed impossible possible for us too.