As human beings, we have limitations. When we are struggling and creating in life, it's important to acknowledge and honor limitations. When we feel stuck or when something we hope for isn't manifesting, it may be that we haven't recognized and respected a human limit.
A lot of people in this world see limitations as stopping points. When they experience a limit, they believe they need to stop at that limit. Since that is what they believe, then that is what they choose-to stop. Life and living gets stuck.
Gravity is a limit that has to be respected. Gravity isn't going anywhere and it gives a shape to life. Yet the Wright brothers didn't stop at what they thought they heard gravity saying ("You can't fly.") They still had to engage gravity for what it was, but the realities of gravity were exactly what inspired new creation. They found out what gravity actually says: You can fly!
This is similar to our own lives. One of the most visible limitations that some human beings experience is when limbs (arms, legs) that most of us take for granted are missing or don't work in the usual manner. We don't have the knowledge yet to regrow limbs, so the limit is a reality that doesn't go away and has to be acknowledged. We see humans that create a life despite this kind of challenge as courageous and inspirational, and rightly so. They don't stop at their limit-missing a leg. They start there and they find out exactly what they can do and they live their desires in a creative way.
Choose to see your limits as places to start learning and living what is beyond. Fly!