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Running a sub four minute mile was impossible...until Roger Bannister did it.

Motorized flight was impossible...until the Wright brothers did it.

Climbing Everest was impossible...until Sir Edmund Hillary did it.

A heart transplant was impossible...until Dr. Barnard did it.

Now a sub four minute mile isn't just possible, it's the benchmark for distance runners.

The current world record is 3:43.13 minutes.

Every day (well pre Covid-19) an average of 145,000 flights occur daily.

As of 2018 over 5,000 different mountaineers have reached the summit of Everest almost 8,000 times.

Over 3500 heart transplants occur worldwide annually.

Things once said to be impossible occur hundreds of times daily.

“Doctors and scientists said that breaking the four-minute mile was impossible, that one would die in the attempt. Thus, when I got up from the track after collapsing at the finish line, I figured I was dead."- Roger Bannister

We can look at countless other examples of barriers that were set by man, only to be broken once and then time and time again. Things are only impossible until someone is brave enough to break the barrier.

So what barriers will you break? What is impossible today that will seem common tomorrow?

There is nothing impossible to him who will try. –Alexander the Great



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Hello everyone!  Richard and Kaitlin here—we have been married for over 12 years, have 4 amazing children; Macy, Meredith, Mac, and Mia. We are small business owners & entrepreneurs, lifestyle & travel bloggers,  volunteer and serve on several non-profit boards, we are full-time spouses, parents, and we love to Live It Full! We enjoy fishing, hiking, camping, golfing, trying new restaurants, and of course traveling. Most importantly we love to do it all as a family. We've drug our kids all over the world from the time they were in diapers and we've got no plans to slow it down any. 

"How many are your works, Lord! In wisdom you made them all; the earth is full of your creatures. There is the sea, vast and spacious, teeming with creatures beyond number—living things both large and small. " Psalm 104:24-25