So the man who gives up surrenders because he perceives what is happening to him in a negative manner. He sees death in trying to reach the summit but the man who presses on endures the same conditions but strives on because what they perceive happening to them is in the affirmative. As they breath in short gasps all they imagine is the joy of breathing unpolluted air at the summit. It is the same mountain, two different people and two different endings simply because of the mindset.
My phone set me thinking. If I could revert to original factory settings and re deploy my intents with the phone could I not do the same with those facets of life that I have hit painful glitches with? If my mobile could revert to a communicate mode , be able to text and report sms delivery once again then I can also revert to the betterness mode , the mode that seeks to make things better , the mode that says I can do better . If a man-made gadget can re- discover itself after being messed up what more a God made being?
Giants are not the destination. See them as benchmarks; see them as milestones and not as un-crossable rivers. In all the times keep the envisioned land in mind, the vision will make you see beyond the imposing giants. Hunger for the land, hunger for the quality grapes and detest the desert grime. That will boost your resolve and up your courage to take on the giants and take the land.