Can-Do-Ability: Answers and Solutions from my personal experiences of living with a disability

Nothing is impossible

18 Nov 2013

In an article you will find the following words; " is what you make of it. You can become whatever you want, as long as there is passion and commitment you are destined for success. The specific thing that got me thinking was when I first noticed somebody with a disability, yet they made it possible for themselves to do what it was in life that they wanted. They did this by putting their mind to it, and making something that nobody would of ever thought possible. But by shear determination, it was made a reality."

I love that this person was able to see the determination for the person with a disability turn their dream into a reality. I love that they saw impossible, become possible.

My hope is that this article inspires you to make your dreams a reality. I am very much a believer, that if you do not make something happen for yourself, then it just won't happen.

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