It Can’t Be Done

Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible. – Francis of Assisi

It can’t be done!

How many time in our lifetime have we heard such a statement?

Or even we have said it out loud ourselves?

Nothing is impossible if we put our mind to it.

Impossible is a limit we put to ourselves.
Impossible is a limit based on the limited knowledge we have right now.
Impossible is a limit because of our laziness to pursue.

Who says we can’t fly? We have airplanes and helicopters.
Who says we can’t swim in deep sea? We have cruise and submarines.
Who says we can’t start a war? Oops, better don’t go into this direction.

Know that there is a way to break through the impossible. There are things that you must know.

First. Believe in yourself. Believe there is a solution out there. Believe that you can find the solution. Without this belief, there is practically nothing that you can do.

Second. Know that impossible is a limit of knowledge. We know now more of what we knew in the past. And what we know in the future will far surpass what we now know. One of the classic example is human can’t fly. And then we have the Wright brothers to prove it all wrong.

Third. never give up. Success comes to those who persist. Just because you haven’t seen the light at the end of the tunnel, doesn’t mean that the light doesn’t exist. Just because you haven’t found the success, you can’t write it off as impossible.

Nothing is impossible if you put your mind to it. You may take longer time. But with each action, you are one inch closer to breaking the limiting belief called impossible.

 

Meng

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