Question of the Day – No. 359 Posted on April 17, 2019April 15, 2019 by Troy Headrick If you think about your life so far, what did you think it was impossible and it turned out to be real? Share this:TwitterFacebookTumblrLinkedInRedditPinterestPocketTelegramWhatsAppSkypeEmailPrintLike this:Like Loading...
29 thoughts on “Question of the Day – No. 359”
I don’t know. What feels real also feels unreal. I don’t know what is impossible, only unlikely. Everything I’ve ever done or said is true and not true – everything is about ones own perspective.
True but not true… this is interesting! How can something you’ve done not true?
To accomplish anything that I felt impossible at its conception.
That proves how strong you really are 🙂
Don’t know. Honestly. With my mind changes it is different now. And yes my mentor told me that the work impossible doesn’t exist it is just missed the apostrophe I’m possible 😊😊😊
It seems you have a great mentor! 😀
Nothing is impossible.
Indeed! Only we decide that!
Going back to Zambia, thought it was too expensive and pointless but it changed my life.
That’s awesome! How come you got back there?
To vividly old friends and family. I managed to also find a purpose to go by finding funding to also donate to the schools I attended there
Well, everything seemed possible untill I did it. I think we create the biggest obstacles inside our head
Yes! I guess that’s why they say that we are our biggest enemies.
Being able to appreciate a book and share my thoughts after a not so successful vitrectomy surgery that scarred my retina. I thought being visually handicapped will impaired my ability to see nOt tO mention read a book. Thanks to Technology, I am able to do so with various Apps & devices. Everything happens for a reason. Should I not have been visually impaired I probably would not appreciate a good read & share my after Thoughts.
I’m very sorry about the difficulties you’re facing… yes, everything happens for a reason and whatever we do with those happenings is what makes the difference in our life…
I really thought it would be impossible to live without the suffering associated with depression and mental illness, but I am fortunate that I am currently on the other side of that suffering for now. I’m taking full advantage of this break to write a memoir. That, I also thought was impossible.
This is awesome! What helped you get to the other side?
Years of therapy ☺️ Finding a knowledgeable, competent, caring psychiatrist to accompany me and help to guide me through the jungle of depression and PTSD with all of its dangers and unknown challenges. Supportive friends and family. And a stubborn tenacity to never quit getting up after I fall down and a determination to face my demons head on. And I also think it’s important to acknowledge that I do all that knowing that there are going to be dark days and moments of terrible anxiety but that I have the skills to persevere through those times. I don’t know if that makes any sense.
It makes total sense. Life has its ups and downs so we need to be prepared for every part of it.
Having all positive people in social media. I never thought of it. They said there are lot of negetive ones. Fortunately almost everyone i met was loving person 💜😀❤️
Awesome! You’re a lucky person!
Yep i feel it! 😄
Finding the right man and living my dream of being an author
Very nice! I’m very happy for you! Congratulations! 😀
I never thought I would find a job where I feel respected. I also never thought I would win teacher of the year. I did both in the last two years and can’t look back.
Congratulations! That’s awesome!
I thought it would be impossible for me to unlearn what I was taught growing up. Going through that process made me feel so lost, but my energy is so much more genuine and vivid.
That sounds tough. How long did that process take?