‘IMPOSSIBILITY’ Is Only Someone Else’s opinion!

Man often becomes what he believes himself to be. If I keep on saying to myself that I cannot do a certain thing, it is possible that I may end by really becoming incapable of doing it. On the contrary, if I have the belief that I can do it, I shall surely acquire the capacity to do it even if I may not have it at the beginning.

– Mahatma Gandhi

Every great venture starts with a spark of impossibility. These days people hardly do recognise the importance of their individuality.

Everyone prefer a second opinion rather than being confident in oneself for they don’t trust themselves in taking an important or even any silly decisions.

And what does the ‘Second Opinion’ say? “IT’S IMPOSSIBLE!” Hearing this, people often back off from their decision. In short, they Give Up! They destroy their own wish to try something new in their life_ which evidently the other person doesn’t want and when they offer nothing but negative opinions, they succumb to them. They stick to failure.

But just imagine the other side of the coin. The positive one. What if the other person said ‘no’ and yet you believe that you can and move forward with it. Or what if in the first place, you believed in yourself and didn’t wait for the other person’s opinion of impossibility?

Yes, but only if we trust ourselves and believe in ourselves. Start Loving yourselves.. start trusting yourself and trust what your gut says rather than believing in impossibility because impossibility is only someone else’s opinion!

No matter what happens, believe in righteousness. Believe that nothing is impossible for you. At times we tend to forget that each one of us aren’t strong enough to take decisions for ourselves and that we don’t require a second opinion. We only need one opinion – opinion that comes from the depth of our heart. Always remember that the only person you can trust with your life, is you.

Convince yourself instead of convincing others of your decisions and opinions.


Turn your obstacles into opportunities and your problems into possibilities.

― Roy T. Bennett.

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