An architect was once asked to design an all-glass building on land that was within an earthquake zone. The architect responded that such a project was impossible. The person who commissioned the building asked the architect to look the word impossible up in his dictionary. The architect found that the word had been cut out of the dictionary. And he went off and designed and built the building. Sometimes we need to redefine what is possible for us. Too often we set mental limits on our capacities for achievement. Perhaps we really are in life to achieve something great, something that only we can do. And something that, if we don't do it, will never get done. Robert Kennedy said, "Those who dare to fail miserably can achieve greatly." Let's not be so afraid of failing that we never take the risk to succeed. Let's give this life our own unique gift and let it prosper us.