Rohit – you are Soooo right. I remember when I was a child, (I am now 72) and there was a Sunday Comic Strip called “Flash Gordon” – about a man who could travel into space – on a regular basis. Now we all knew that was IMPOSSIBLE and that NO ONE could ever travel in space, after all the gravity would prevent it, but it was just FANTASY and made for a good story. And lo and behold, someone DARED to attempt the impossible, and in 1967 when my youngest son was born, the newspaper headlines touted “Men walking on the Moon.”
YES, it truly was TIME that made the IMPOSSIBLE now POSSIBLE! SO instead of giving up on things that just APPEAR impossible, we just need to keep TRYING until such time passes and it becomes POSSIBLE!
I recently went to the State Capital in Austin to ATTEMPT to BLOCK something HORRIBLY wrong in the public schools, and this was after many people stronger than I, insisted it could not be done! But, Little old me, refused to listen, and guess what? I DID IT! I came back from Austin and my feet never touched the ground all the way home! WOW, the feeling of empowerment is unbelievable. I know now I can move ANY mountain that dares to stand my way, for haven’t we all heard, “All things are possible . with GOD.” And without GOD, I never could have attempted it, let alone achieved it.
I hope that everyone who has read ANY of these comments, will apply what they have learned here, for if they do, they will never regret it, AND they will go far in life. God bless each of you for sharing inspiration with others!