And what you are doing here, you are creating a reality
because you are asking a question such as where has Bush done terrible things or where has Hillary or Obama did terrible things?
And when we ask these questions, we completely ignore, discard, not see the positives.
Remember when I ask you about the geometric shapes?
You didn't see the children on the bus.
Even though they were right there in front your very eyes.
So we know that questions create reality, and in order to maintain this consistency, we do very often one of these two things.
Either ignore and discard, or seek confirming evidence, positive or negative to back up our schema.
Hillary, Obama is good or Bush is good or whatever it is that we are thinking about.
The fourth thing is much more directly, creating a new reality.
What kind of reality existed before the 6th of May, 1954?
It was reality in which four minutes was the limit of human ability.
And what did Edison do, sorry, what did Bannister do?
He said it's possible and then he changed the external reality.
Not just for himself, but also for other runners in the world.