Impossibility does not exist; just the possibility of existing without identity.


…and in its absoluteness, just because it has not been identified, does not remove its existence or the probability of its existence.

One shall not question whether the unidentified possibility knows of its existence or not, but accept this as the ultimate truth; as to identify the unidentified will prove its existence, and make possible the assumed impossible.

Hence, Impossibility does not exist; just the possibility of existing without identity.

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