20% ; The Impossible



What are the odds?

In retrospect, when you hear you have a twenty percent chance of survival, what do you do? 20%…. If you had a twenty percent chance of landing on the red space instead of the green space while playing darts, would you be hesitant? What of you bet your rent on it? You would certainly give it a try right? Sure, you recognize the level of difficulty you face, but suppose you hit that red space? Suppose you did the impossible?

When a mother hears that her child,let’s call her Kelly, has a twenty percent chance of surviving, her natural instinct is to grasp that percent with her whole brigand see where it goes. Giving up is no option. She needs her child just as her child needs her. Although the outcome seems detrimental for the child, what if that twenty percent was the difference between life and death? Others may look at these odds and say to give up..it’s only twenty percent right?


Although it is difficult, scary and often intimidating, 20% may be the difference between losing out on something beautiful or witnessing a miracle. So, if you are ever faced with slim chances, look at it in an optimistic way. Why not try? After all, it’s only 20%..right?…

Peace & Love ♥


5 Replies to “20% ; The Impossible”

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