Can someone do the impossible?


Each man possesses the potential for a wining life. Within him is the ability to live with courage, to have fulfilling relationship, to enjoy good health and prosperity, to feel and show true compassion for others, and the power to face and surmount his deepest problems. To accomplish the most difficult tasks, one needs to put a lot of hard work, extra perseverance and concentration on a single objective. One should have patience and faith in himself. Besides, he should have determination, dedication and devotion to attain success. However, for doing the impossible someone has to keep on going even if the pass is slow, just he must ensure it remains steady. He is bound to face hitches in route to success, but with courage and perseverance, he can master them. His positive attitude and clear frame of mind determines his future. By will and ability, he can create a number of chances, circumstances and the desired atmosphere to achieve the toughest goal.  All great and outstanding things might seem hard or incredible, but when a person believes that he can do the impossible then the impossible becomes possible. Man can do anything when he sets his heart for it by taking the appropriate course of action to make it happen. Let have a glance to see that the world is full of extraordinary wonders which weren’t a century ago. Things came to existence that have been thought out of reach and beyond imagination of the human beings. Besides, some people did things that no one can do a small fraction of that. Everyone can see in the present time that all of the unimaginable as well as impossible has changed to reality after all. Then the question arises here, what happened that things have been changed and some individuals could make a difference in the world by their attempts? If we trace back the history and look on the story of those individuals who achieved greatness and paved the way for others to follow their footsteps and do things more worthwhile than the ones that they did, everyone might come to a variety of incredible answers. Those who made a difference in the world had a passionate drive, a commitment to do what they had to do, a strong motivation that kept them in the game while things got really hard and ugly, a realistic imagination, a firm responsibility of doing the task at any cost and above all, feeling accountable to change their lives, as well as the life of others, in addition, not accepting the failure and setbacks, just taking the lessons from and then letting them go and starting over and many more distinct qualities that they had from the rest. All the things happen when someone has the above qualities and feels him/herself obliged for making something valuable and worth trying. On the other hand, many things that everyone takes for granted today were once considered impossible. Visionaries know that what can be imagined can be achieved. For instance, on May 6, 1954, Roger Banister became the first man to run a mile in under four minutes. It had never been done before and was therefore considered physically impossible. But since 1954, many runners have accomplished the same feat. Roger Banister’s legacy is that he had faith that this act was possible before anyone else dared to believe.  If the impossible throughout the history has become imaginable, and then actual, why do other people think that their dreams are impossible for them to accomplish in their lives.

The first step to achieving the impossible is having the courage to attempt it. Achieving the impossible is not for timid, as it is not the safe and secure road. It means taking a leap of faith, leaving one’s comfort zone, and risking failure for the chance of success. There will be failures on the road of greatness. Thomas Edison had thousands of failed attempts at the light bulb before inventing the one that worked. Part of daring to achieve the impossible is letting failure motivates a man rather than discourage him. No matter how many times he has failed, or how many opportunities he has missed, or he has set many goals but never have finished or even haven’t started the work yet.  The good news is that, still there is time and enough rooms to do what he has to do, or to become what he was supposed to become.  People need to think about some of the greatest stories of triumph and courage.  People like Mahatma Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, Muhammad Ali, Michal Jordan, Mother Teresa and many others are glaring examples of the fact that impossibilities work as a boon for the next attempt towards possibilities. They had faced too many hardships and difficulties and their efforts could not always get the desired result. There were times, which were highly destructive and frustrating but they did not allow frustrations shake their will. They continued their hard work with vigor and enthusiasm, and ultimately succeeded in reaching their destination. It could become possible only due to their hard work and indomitable will power to overcome the toughest challenges. They didn’t have any fear from failure or setback. Therefore, everyone should find inspiration in those who reach the impossible, fight against overwhelming odds, and turn past failures into stepping stones on the path to success. Moreover, someone should not let the fear of failure or fear of the unknown keep him from making the decision to pursue his dreams. Fear is the most destructive emotion for personal transformation. Fear thrives on the unknown. Each person’s imagination runs wild with possible negative scenarios. By choosing to put oneself in situations where he/she has to face his/her fear, he/she learns that it is far easier to face reality than the endless loop of possible challenges that his/her mind creates.

To sum up, nothing is impossible in this world. This implies that one can do anything, if he/she has will to do it. The will is like “the hammer that shatters glass but forges steel”. A determination which is as strong as steel makes everything possible to happen.


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