While meeting with a friend yesterday -- he's the most epic one I have -- I remarked that a particular task was impossible. He then casually replied, "It's never impossible."
Why of course. Nothing is really impossible, because presented in a different way using a different method, anything is possible. "It's never impossible" seems like an empty platitude but it makes logical sense in a world where things do indeed get done and progress is being made every day. To say something is impossible is giving up before even trying -- and I would argue without trying everything possible to make it work. Because it will work.