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Impossibility

Joseph Clough

Who came up with the word impossible?

Was it someone who failed in achieving their goal?

Was it someone who needed a reason for why they hadn’t achieved the goal?

I think we ‘buy’ into what we perceive or feel as impossible as we do not want to fail.

Over history how many things have we said were impossible to achieve or do?

4 minute mile, landing on the moon, aviation. There are so many things that we once thought were impossible.

I think everything is possible, only our mindset can stop us achieving. The inner thoughts, believes, feelings we hold in our mind can stop us.

Beliefs such as ‘I’m not good enough’, feelings of frustration, and hopelessness.

But did the people who achieved the once thought impossible have these thoughts?

I’m not sure but I doubt it. Look at all the medical, technology and scientific breakthroughs we’ve had over recent years. The successes were born out of an idea that maybe, just maybe it’s possible.

Remember we only limit ourselves by the beliefs we hold, the feelings we feel and the lack of action we take. Then yes it’s impossible because we make it so. But we can change, we can be free, we can awaken our mind to more than you can imagine.

There is nothing you and I cannot do, nothing we cannot change, we can make the impossible possible - we must be the change. But are we prepared to change...

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Joseph Clough