Impossibilities are merely things which we have not yet learned. (Charles W. Chesnutt)

Because something is possibly easy, does that mean you should always settle for that?  What we see to be possibly easy, is something that we normally feel is within reach.  It is much more interesting to learn from struggle, than to be handed things that leave no meaningful experiences behind.  Those who live a life of privilege, most likely will never understand the value of appreciating things that are worked hard for, let alone understand what working hard means.  Always taking the more obvious or possibly easy route allows for one to become a under-achiever,  leaving one in a position which has limited growth.

To be tested is good. The challenged life may be the best therapist.(Gail Sheehy)

One’s mind is just as important as one’s body, as a body develops the mind must also develop.  Finding a middle ground between possibly easy and possibly hard is a great place to start.  What I mean by this, is that possibly easy is within reach, therefore little effort in involved.  Possibly hard, means that it will require great effort.  If you begin to challenge yourself with things that are above possible, then you have plenty of room for trial and error.  We must take the time to discover how to be discipline in achieving possibilities that we have never thought possible before.  You must learn to find confidence in the idea that everything is possible, if you put your mind to it.

We are powerful beyond measure, as you break down barrier after barrier, you gain sensibility to strive at conquering more.  Life is unlimited, and so should your possibilities.  You command what you want in life, if you set your goals as you would follow a map, it soon will become clear that there may always be alternate routes to take and you will find which ones work best for you.