Believing in Impossible Things

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“There is no use trying,” said Alice; “one can’t believe impossible things.” 

“I dare say you haven’t had much practice,” said the Queen. “When I was your age, I always did it for half an hour a day. Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.”

~ Lewis Carroll

My third and final quote today is from the inimitable Lewis Carroll. These are much loved and much repeated lines from Alice in Wonderland – a story packed full of wise and curious truth.

Believing in impossible things takes practise. It is easier to start small. I started by believing that I could give up smoking. I know it is a small thing, but it was something I thought was impossible for me after years of trying, but I finally managed it 9 years ago and will never go back. This was the start of many life changes for me. I chose another impossible thing to make happen, one small thing leads to another… until you have a habit of making seemingly impossible things happen.

So, what impossible things will you believe in today?

Thank you again Fim at Quantum Hermit for inviting me to take part in the quote challenge. If you would like to have a go, just post 3 consecutive quotes on your blog and nominate 3 bloggers to join you if you wish.

Have a lovely weekend. x

6 thoughts on “Believing in Impossible Things

    1. Well done to you also! I am so thankful that I managed it in the end… wish I’d never been so stupid as to take it up. Ah well, you live and learn. x

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  1. That is one of my favourite quotes too … and you’re so right, if you don’t believe you can do the impossible you’ll likely never discover how to do the impossible.

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    1. If you do get a chance to read them, you won’t regret it, I’m sure. So many unusual characters and situations wrapped up perfectly in a book for children. Yet, also very metaphorical for adults too. One of my favourites 🙂

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