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Nothing Is Impossible

  • Date Submitted: 11/25/2013 02:01 PM
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                          “There is nothing impossible to him who will try.”
                                        --Alexander, The Great.
              In this world of opportunities, all that comes as a chance to happen is actually the reflection of possibility. It is the fear of inability that creates hurdles in the way of these chances to occur. Therefore, the myth is born out of the misconception with such ill-experience that not everything is possible. Whereas, there are myriad examples in the annals of history that shows the names of such stature that raised from the quagmires of impossibilities to the zenith of confidence disseminating the message that nothing is impossible. Thus it is therefore beautifully said by Audrey Hepburn that,

                          “The word Impossible itself says that I-M-Possible.”

              Generally one is bound to face obstacles en route to success, but with courage and perseverance, one can master them. With positive attitude and clear frame of mind, one can determine one’s future. In this world, there is no such thing as CHANGE. By one’s own ideas, will and ability, one can create a number of chances, circumstances and the desired atmosphere to achieve the toughest goal. Therefore, Thomas Carlyle conforms the combination of dedication and perseverance to the following words,
                          “Perseverance is the very hinge of   the virtues.”
              To exemplify the discourse, the example of the lady who was blind and could not read and write at her initial life. But the devotion to learn and patience to acquire that goal, she has become an inspiration for all such disabled persons. She is none other than Helen Keller. Before her, it was considered as impossible that such people can even learn to read and write. With her initiatives and proven abilities, had changed the mindsets of the world that nothing is impossible in...


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