If you haven't tried the "jumping photo-" make sure to try it.
While this jumping photo is fun and carefree, it can be less carefree in the real world. Human behavior of the average person demonstrates daily efforts to jump "high." People exercise significant efforts into their jump. They want to get that promotion, learn Spanish, be a great parent, be a great yoga instructor, make a sales quota, etc. One achieving their goals can relate to jumping high in their efforts towards success.
Although among the human spectrum, people don't all jump at the same levels just like the photo. Some people just can't make it that high and this can impact everyone differently. A person may feel inferior, sadness, disappointment, fear with not jumping as high as their co-worker, their friend, a family member. On the other hand, a person can experience acceptance, awareness, contentment with the fact that they just jump at their own level. While Stan can become a CEO, Derrick might be working as a Customer service representative because he just can't jump as high.
The point to highlight is that "Its' Okay." It's okay to not be the highest jumper as long as you are putting in that effort and trying your best. Everyone has different environments, upbringing, genetics, experiences, psychological minds, and thoughts/ feelings. It's not about the physical strength rather it's about the human character, experience, and purpose/intention/passion.
In fact, the definition of the word jump has different synonyms to compare leap, spring, bound, and hop. Throughout life a person may have different types of jumps based off their experiences. A person can leap when they take a new job in Houston. A person can hop through their baby being born. A person can spring with a new relationship. It's not all or nothing. A person can have days of jumping high and other days of jumping low. One can also fall down from a jump and scrape their knee, but they get up and keep living. The harder the fall, the higher chance of a greater recovery. It's our life efforts that make us stronger and keep us going.
Your jump is what you make of it and intentional purpose and effort placed into your jumps can create a successful, happy, and healthy life.
You can be your best self
You can Soar
And then you can fly