In the law of physics, the aerodynamic rule says the width of its wings is too small to keep its massive body in flight, but the bumblebee doesn't know about physics or its logic and continues to fly.
Because the bumblebee:
"Believes it can fly,
It knows it can fly,
It was born to fly."
Compact and stubby, the bumblebee doesn't look very flight-worthy. In the 1930s, French entomologist August Magnan even noted that the insect's flight was impossible.
Imagine if, throughout its life, the bumblebee was told the aerodynamic rule?
Imagine being surrounded by similar laws in your life, to the point where it limits you against who you undoubtedly are and who you're meant to be?
Sometimes our limitations are created in our imagination.
Once we break through those limits, we can fly.