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I'm Possible!

You are born with a blessing to make anything and everything possible.

The title "I'mPOSSIBLE" comes from an unforgettable scene that occurred at the Paralympic Winter Games held in Sochi in 2014. During the closing ceremony, the word "Impossible" was projected onto the ceiling of the stadium as it was illuminated from below. Alexey Chuvasev, a champion in the sport of paralympic rowing, climbed a rope that was 15 metres long in order to reach the top of the lettering. Once there, he dropped an apostrophe between the letters 'I' and'm', changing the word to 'I'mPOSSIBLE' and demonstrating to the world that people are capable of accomplishing anything they set their minds to.

Once upon a time, there was a little boy who was the offspring of a simple pony sage who, at one point in his life, was given some advice on what he ought to be and what he ought to do when he reached adulthood. That night, he sat down at his computer and wrote a seven-page paper describing his long-term goal of purchasing a pony farm at some point.

He went into great detail about his imagination, even going so far as to draw a graph of a farm with 200 curves, on which he plotted the area of the relative variety of structures, the corrals, and the track. He delivered the assignment to his teacher the next day after putting a lot of thought and effort into it himself.

After a few of days, he agreed to take his softcover book. A huge red F with a message that said, "See me after class," was printed on the first page of the paper.

The young man approached his teacher after school and questioned as to the rationale behind his grade of F, which he had just received. The instructor commented that for a young child like you, such as yourself, to have such an unrealistic goal is absurd. To stake a claim to a pony farm, one needs a substantial amount of money and assets.


When the youngster got back to his house, he questioned his father about what he should do next. His father advised him, "Listen, son, you need to make a decision about this, but despite my opinion, I believe it is an important option for you."

The child eventually handed in the same document after working on it for seven days, demonstrating that he had made no progress in improving it in any way. The student explained to the instructor that they could both maintain their grades, but the youngster preferred to keep his fantasy.

After a gap of thirty years, the educator finally came face to face with the student on a pony farm, where he had camped out with a large group of youngsters. The youngster said that the property, which is a horse farm spanning 200 sections of land, that they are now standing on belongs to him. The trainer couldn't believe his or her eyes!

The teacher commented, "Look, I can tell you this at this point." When I was your teacher, I had a habit of taking away part of your imaginative freedom. During those years, I appropriated a great deal of children's imagination. You fortunately have enough gumption to keep on with yours, which is a blessing.

I'mPOSSIBLE wants to show young people that they are capable of doing apparently impossible things in their life by utilising the principles that are associated with the Paralympic movement, which include courage, determination, inspiration, and equality.

"Imagination is the beginning of creation. You imagine what you desire, you will what you imagine and at last you create what you will." - George Bernard Shaw

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