Many ups and downs come our way as hurdles, but if we are adamant on living our lives according to our dreams, nothing can stop us from living the life of our dreams. As long as we allow ourselves to feel weak, we will feel weak.
Nothing is impossibly difficult. If you do not agree, you will be unable to move, create, evolve, see your dreams come true, be happy, or have everything you envisaged for the rest of your life. If you believe something is impossible, you will never be able to do it, and your dreams will never come true. However, this does not mean that everything is easy. There are challenges in every part of our lives: work, school, family, relationship problems, health issues, financial difficulties, etc. Knowing how to deal with these challenges is important if you want to achieve success.
If you ask people what they think is impossible, you will get a different answer from each person. Some things that other people consider impossible you might think are not so hard after all. For example, someone else may say it's impossible to drive a car at high speeds, but you know that it can be done because you've seen it done on television. Or maybe that person says it's impossible to climb a mountain without any help, but they don't know how much energy you need to stay at the top even though it seems like it would be difficult. In both cases, what matters is not what others think is impossible, it's what you think is impossible. You should try to keep an open mind and not let the limits of your perception affect what you can accomplish.
You should also remember that nothing is impossible if you really want it enough.
The first step towards making the "impossible" "possible" is to believe it in the first place. It's critical to sincerely feel that what you're aiming for is within your grasp and reach. That is one of the critical steps. This will result in a fundamental transformation in your way of thinking. You must believe that you can do something before you can actually accomplish it.
Your second step is to define exactly what it is you want to achieve and how you are going to go about getting it. Only after you have done this can you move onto the next step: planning.
The final step is to plan out how you are going to get what you want. Will you use your brain or your brawn? Will you work with others or by yourself? Once you know the answers to these questions then you are ready to go about achieving your goals.
So in summary, if you want to make the "impossible" "possible" you need to believe that it is within your grasp and reach. Next you need to define exactly what it is you want to achieve and how you are going to go about getting it. Finally you need to plan out how you are going to get what you want.
"There is nothing impossible; the term itself indicates I am possible." Audrey Hepburn We sometimes need a daily reminder to believe in what we're doing and that the seemingly impossible may sometimes imply "I'm possible" with a little hard effort, enthusiasm, and devotion.
Astronauts have proved this theory wrong many times. Even though they were far from home with no hope of returning, they still found ways to struggle through extreme conditions to accomplish their missions.
In 1966, astronaut Ed White became the first man to walk on the moon when he took part in the Apollo 1 mission. However, during his trip, he was killed when oxygen leaked into the capsule during testing. But even though he died, this doesn't mean that everything he tried was in vain. He accomplished his mission despite the fact that he wasn't able to return home.
Other examples include Louis Braille, who wrote about his experience as a blind person in a wheelchair here: "Nothing is impossible." Ben Franklin said it first! Henry David Thoreau also believed that "nothing is impossible," which means you shouldn't give up even if things get tough.
You might be thinking that these people didn't quit because they were afraid of losing. They realized that there was no way back so they decided to enjoy their time on Earth instead of just living for tomorrow.
Not only is life challenging at times, but we often fail to accomplish activities that should be second nature to us, such as eating or walking without tripping. And sometimes we truly want things to happen in our life, but it just doesn't work out the way we hoped. In fact, studies show that about half of all people will experience some sort of mental illness during their lifetime.
But even though these challenges and failures are part of life, they can also be opportunities for growth. If you learn from your mistakes you can grow as a person. However, if you ignore them or try to push them away, they may only serve to frustrate you further.
So yes, life is hard, but it's not impossible. You can achieve anything you set your mind to.