Impossible? Or Possible?

@Mitraa (3188)
India
June 11, 2007 12:22pm CST
What possibility is there not to find the word 'Impossible' in one's own dictionary? If possible, then what is impossible for the person? Please discuss your views.
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@Mohan60 (28)
• India
12 Jun 07
There is 100% possibility not to find the word impossible in one's own dictionary. For Example,it was considered impossible for a man to fly, now it is not so. It was considerted impossible to land on moon, but now attempt is going on to land on other planets. The list is endless. It was considered to setup a business unit according to demand, but Reliance industry is creating the demand according to the business unit they setup. It was impossible to make a call while you move on, but now it is not so. So nothing is immpossible. If there is a will there is a way.
@Mitraa (3188)
• India
12 Jun 07
That's right Sir. Your views are absolutely correct. A will must carry its own way that is to be found out spending muscles or nerves. Our history is rich in many examples on this. Thanks.
@sukumar794 (5047)
• Thiruvananthapuram, India
11 Jun 07
You might have heard about Napoleon declaring that 'There is no word in my dictionary as impossible ' .Maybe the musings of a tyrant ruler . ..yet it holds water. When there is 'possible' why there be an 'impossible '.