A guest asks a philosophical counselor whether it is impossible to become free from anxiety.
The philosophical counselor must suggest that they face these questions without saying whether the change is possible or impossible. They must face it with a healthy mind that is eager after discovering, and so young that it can inquire and investigate.
That, which absorbs the guest and the counselor, is therefore how ”impossible” it is to become completely free from anxiety – and in this way you suddenly have another approach to the impossible:
The impossible has been made possible.