The sword in the stone was not moved by intelligence, education, popularity, strength, determination, persistence, skill, political clout, or financial resources.
The sword was moved because the person who moved it was the right person for the job.
We all have a sword of destiny, a work that belongs uniquely to us, a creative space within which our personalities are optimized to thrive.
Competition and market conditions don’t matter in this realm.
The only force that can hold us back is our own resistance to stepping up, reaching out, and laying hold of what is ours.
Walk the path that wears your name and you will see signs and wonders.
Seize your destiny and things will move.