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The word "impossible" is an illusion lurking behind the concept of "possible."

Updated: Jan 23

When you define the word "impossible" as something not able to occur, exist, or be done, it becomes clear that it is an illusion. There is nothing that cannot be achieved; therefore, the word itself should not exist in our vocabulary. Furthermore, it only leaves us with what is possible. The probability of success can increase or decrease based on the amount of time, effort, planning, and execution invested in what you are trying to achieve. Many times, we are told that certain things in life are impossible by those lacking the willingness to pursue the infinite possibilities that life can provide. Someone once told me that there are shakers and there are movers. To put this in perspective, let me explain. Imagine you're on a journey, and along the way, you encounter a tree blocking your path. This is the point where you define who you are. You can approach the tree, push and shake it, and conclude that it cannot be passed. Alternatively, you can figure out how to move the tree, allowing you to continue on your path or journey. Most individuals choose the simpler path and avoid challenging themselves to accomplish great things, which, in turn, hinders their growth, leading to success and transforming an illusion into a possibility.


 






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