From "No," to "Maybe." to "Yes."
“I can’t do it.” “It can’t be done.” These sentiments we have all either thought or expressed. We say we can’t stand the pain, we can’t tolerate the ridicule, we can’t take the pressure, we can’t possibly do a task which is the only solution to a problem, we can’t apologize to our nemesis. Yet somewhere in the hidden reaches of our soul, a quiet voice calls up and asks if the word “can’t,” might be changed to “possibly.” That's when we begin to doubt our doubts and that is when hope pulls away the darkness and lets in the light of the possible. We begin to explore how it might be possible and think of different ways we might try to make it happen.