Wednesday, July 10, 2013


“Impossible is a word found only in the dictionary of fools.”-Napoleon

New Lisbon, WI – Hannibal was told he could not cross the Alps with his army, but he did. By all indications the thirteen little colonies clinging to the Eastern Sea Board should not have been able to win, it should have been impossible, but it worked.
Man could never fly-so everyone said. Automobiles and moving pictures would never generate enough interest. America’s roaring economy could never last, it was impossible.
The Apostle Peter could not have walked on the water, it should have been impossible, but he did it. He had to get out of the boat. The others could have held him back, but they left him alone.
If there is something that is in your mind impossible, then stand out of the way, and let the others who think they can do it try. For those that want to try, do not hesitate to get out of the boat.

Andrew C. Abbott

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