The Impossible

Our world knows the darkness of limitations.  In the eighties, it seemed like the Nuclear Arms Race and the Cold War would go on forever.   No solution was in sight.  Then in 1989 the Berlin Wall came down.

Famous people know the darkness of limitations.  Nelson Mandela was a political prisoner in South Africa for 27 years.  Then he was released and later served a successful term as president of the land in which he was formerly imprisoned.

At some point in our lives we each know the darkness of limitations.

When contemplating some of my dreams that seem like they will never come into reality, a song by Joe Nichols inspires me.  Some of the lyrics of his song The Impossible go like this,

“Unbreakable walls break,

Sometimes the things you think would never happen

happen just like that.

Unbendable steel bends

If the fury of the wind is unstoppable

I’ve learned to never underestimate

the impossible.”

Game of the Day

What do you want to achieve in your life that seems impossible at this moment?

What support could you from others as you go about achieving the impossible?

2 Responses to The Impossible

  1. Cousin Kate says:

    Actually, Jason, I think you must have imparted these words to the Nebraska Cornhuskers Sat. night, as I sure don’t know what else could have caused them to wake up and play all of a sudden!

  2. Now I don’t know if I have sway over college football teams!

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