Walking on water
Walking on water is at times used as an example of an impossible task. The phrase is widely used to refer to the performance of extraordinary tasks, as in the titles of books that aim to show individuals how to break through their personal limitations and achieve dramatic success.
There are reports of miraculous acts of walking on water in several religions, such as in Buddhist texts, some Hindu stories, the Huang-Po story, the stories of Orion, the Aeneid and some Native American myths, in addition to the accounts of Jesus walking on water in the New Testament. Islamic belief also includes accounts of Jesus walking on water.
- Summerhill, Claire (2005). Walking on Water: A Step-by-Step Guide. Lincoln, Nebraska: iUniverse, Inc. ISBN 0-595-34191-8.
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- "Studies - Floats for walking on water". Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia "Leonardo da Vinci". Retrieved 2010-11-18.
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