And the people who believe in them.
Missive : “Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.” – the White Queen, Alice in Wonderland.
What are the six impossible things you believe in? (If you can only manage one or two, that’s also okay.)
Damn!! I’m tired! Let’s see what my mushy brain can come up with.
Can’t say I believe in impossible things. Intangible maybe, but not impossible.
A few things that I know is quite possible has eluded me, and therefore, became quite impossible. For me, that is. But what’s impossible for me is somebody else’s possible.
Thinking of that song, To dream, the impossible dream…
What would an impossible dream be?
Good night to all and to all a good night?
We all know, as long as humans exist, none of these things will come to pass.
And just as happiness can not last forever, neither can unhappiness.
I think maybe, we should believe in the little every day impossibilities. A safe journey home. A beautifully flowering plant. A child’s happy laugh. A Paganini violin concerto played by a virtuoso. A Chopin piano piece. A newborn baby.
Things we don’t even see, let alone believe in. They just happen, but each and every time one of them comes to fruition, an impossibility occurs.
And it’s those little everyday things that make up the impossible dream. Since it’s likely that each of us has our own impossible dream.
According to Ghia that is…
Long days and pleasant nights…