“There’s a drop of greatness in every man.”
There’s an illusion out there: a crippling debilitating limiting illusion; an illusion borne out of good intentions, but an illusion nonetheless. This illusion is responsible for the fatalistic self-defeating ordinary lives that people lead today.
The illusion asserts that greatness is for a select few. That only the best of us, those who boast an IQ of 130 and above, have mountains for chests and have blue blood flowing in their veins can dare to dream of greatness while the rest of us can only marvel and gaze in astonishment at the exploits of the Nephilims – giants – around us.