It may seem a little far fetched, but if you watch the following video you will understand the connection between the title, content, video, and theme of this blog. Although each of us has an adversity, or interacts with a person who has at least one, there is a fairly good chance we experience adversity in a number of ways. Some people may have difficulty communicating, remembering, forgetting, walking, driving, parenting, working, sleeping, waking, caregiving, doing anything . . . the list of possible adversities is so long that it never seems to end. Furthermore, while some adversities disappear naturally and quickly, others appear to persist forever.
There is one truth about all adversities; unless you try to overcome your adversities, you will never know you can.
Thanks to Fritz the Dog for helping me explain the success that can only come after lots of practice; Google for helping me find the video; YouTube for hosting the video; and all the people who, directly and indirectly made it possible for me to include the picture, video, and text I used in this post.