The attraction to the impossible is like a poison that your heart is dripping every day inside yourself. But that is not the only poison possible, there is another one: the illusion of permanence, the desire to keep alive the fire of that illusion. Illusions are part of our lives, our lives are made of thoughts and desires and memories. But no one can promise us that the present will be forever present. Imagine you reached a high peak of a mountain, the view is beautiful and nourishes your soul, you wish you could stay there forever, but you need to start your descend cause otherwise your body will die of hunger. Remember, you are human, you need to go on walking because as along as your steps touch the ground, you are alive. Even if the only path possible is downwards. You will find another peak someday. And maybe as you walk like this, year by year, mountain by mountain, your attraction to the impossible will transform itself from desire to memory.