I don’ know if we believe that things can’t be done. Rather, I think that we’re too fearful to believe that maybe they can.
If ‘what is’ defines my view of the world, then ‘what could be’ will become an ideal with no breath of life in it. Hence, I refuse to leave something so lofty without the ability to breath, for once it is breathing it will start running. And I can think of few things more electrifying as an ideal that is running over ‘what is’ as it is raising up ‘what will be.
Among other possibilities, money was invented to make it possible for a foolish man to control wise men; a weak man, strong men; a child, old men; an ignorant man, knowledgeable men; and for a dwarf to control giants.
Today's accomplishments were yesterday's impossibilities.
Alleged 'impossibilities' are opportunities for our capacities to be stretched.