Impossible? Think Again

As human beings, we all have some days that make us feel like the whole world is aganist us. It almost feels like we are in an inevitable loop which always ends in failure. Hearing all those perfect success stories doesn’t help either. Knowing that we will never be one of those people we start doubting ourselves. It deffinetly feels impossible for us to achieve great things. Well, think again.

 

Once upon a time, there was a girl named Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She dreamed of being a lawyer for as long as she could remember. However, people always made fun of her as women becoming lawyers wasn’t a common thing at the time. This made her even more determined. She got into Harvard as a law student and was one of the best among her peers. It wasn’t long after that when she became the second women to be a constitutional court judge in the United States. Impossible? Think again.

 

Once upon a time, there was a girl named Wilma Rudolph. She catched a disease called poliomyelitis which made her leg become paralyzed. Her doctors said that she would never be able to walk ever again.  This never made her give up. For years she tried walking. Her mum took her to therapy every weekend. After all these hard work and dedication she was able to walk again one day. When her trainor saw how talented she was at physical activities he suggested for her to join the athletics club. She then broke three world records at the 1960’s olympics. Impossible? Think again.

 

Once upon a time, there was a girl named Nina Simon. Determined, hardworking and very talented would have been the words to describe her. She learned how to play ‘God Be with You Till We Meet Again’ on the piano when she was just three years old. Even though she was very good at what she was doing as a musician, racism towards black people made her doubt herself. But she got over her fears and became a worldly known artist. Impossible? Think again.

 

Like all these success strories have negative aspects in them, our lives have some too. But just a bad day doesn’t mean a bad life. There is always time to do better, to learn from our mistakes and to work harder. It is always possible for us to be a better version of ourselves. Now tell us your success story. Impossible? Think again.

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