Doing the impossible

In a brainstorming session at a recent workshop, I listened to a banter between two participants. It made me laugh. It was also profound. A: “It’s a dream you are proposing. It’s impossible. How can we make impossible happen?” B: ” You mean, you don’t know how to do the impossible?” A: ” yes, that is why it is called impossible” B: “well the way to do the impossible is to do it. “ Later in that day I watched “First Man”, the movie about Neil Armstrong. As a kid, when I learnt about Neil, it was just a fact. Neil was the first man on moon. On that day in 1969, 530 million people watched him take the ‘giant leap for mankind.’ The movie shredded my perceptions about landing on moon. I never knew the hardships in many fronts. How Neil struggled at home with sick kids. His daughter died at age two suffering from a malignant brain tumor. Never

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