The Law Of Possibility and Impossibility

Is it possible for the impossible to demand an explanation as regards the possibility of the impossibility becoming a possibility? It is well established that what is possible is impossible, and that what is impossible is possible. It is also established that what is possible is possible, and that what is impossible is impossible. But how far can we go so as to test the possibility of the impossibility becoming a possibility? What is already established as possible stands tested in concrete form. What is impossible is also already established and stands to it's credibility.

Break the rules and attempt to prove that what is impossible is possible, especially if the impossibility is beyond possibility can result in the possibility of your becoming a victim to the ignorance of the rules of impossibility a possible consequence.

So is the possibility of the impossibility becoming a possibility left vacant to the desires of those who rise up to the occasion to challenge the feat of impossibility? The law of nature has pre-given it's warnings with regards to what is possible and what is impossible. Depending on the risk of impossibility being thought to be possible is a law ignored by ignorance. Depending on the possibility being thought to be impossible breeds fear.

There are those possibilities that are deemed impossible by some, due to their lack of confidence. There is no law regarding these possibilities since there are no risks involved. To understand what is possible or what is impossible, one has to understand the law governing their origin. This understanding makes life easy.

Fear over-rides possibility when it is deemed impossible. When fear denies you access to the impossibility becoming a possibility, then what is seen as possible becomes a stumbling block in your life. There is no shame in refusing to prove that what is impossible can be possible. There is no law against testing out the possibility of that which is seen to be impossible, that depends on your faith in it's possible outcome.

Where the impossibility presents a great risk, then it should be left in it's proper place.









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