20120906-205020.jpgZach’s school, New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts, posted a photo today that reads, “What would you attempt to do if you knew you could not fail?”

I’ve seen similar thought-provoking images and quotes on the Internet and Facebook, but this time I really stopped to think.

What would I do if I knew I couldn’t fail?

Putting all fear, inhibitions, responsibilities aside, what would I do?

I think…

I’d feed the world’s hungry.

I’d bring peace to the planet.

I’d hug each and every child and help them enjoy their childhoods untainted by the perversions of evil predators and neglectful parents.

I’d cure cancer.

I’d overhaul the nation’s government to truly be BY the people and FOR the people.

I’d implement the Dave Ramsey Financial Peace University program in each and every high school in the nation — and make it mandatory.

I’d petition our local, state and national governments to actively support and fund the arts — and educate leaders about the importance of these programs for our kids.

I’d buy a lottery ticket and then spend the money helping others achieve their dreams.

I’d find my niece a rich, hot husband.

I’d help my sons make professional connections.

I’d convince Jeremy Cowart that he needs to collaborate with my hubby.

I’d take a chance on me.

And move to New York City.

To write books that I’d submit to publishers.

And finish screenplays that I’d pitch to Ron Howard.

Yes, I think I would definitely take a chance on me.

What about you?

What would you do if you knew you could not fail?