Often the possible is impossible and the impossible is possible.
A better thought is – how do you know without trying.
If two baseball teams showed up and decided not to play the game because one might lose, neither would get to experience what’s possible.
Leave a movie in the middle and you don’t get to know how it ends (unless a spoiler alert tells you in their words).
Always afraid to take your career to the next level? You’ll guarantee never to know what you may have missed.
Fear in a new relationship because of a bad experience in a past one relegates you to an impossible situation that doesn’t need to be.
The answer to what’s possible and what’s impossible is channeling all your drive, determination and courage into finding out.
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