An obstetrician faints after he takes the baby out of his mother's belly. A young man surfs beyond the breakers, with his crutches supporting him on the board. More than a hundred musicians from a samba school watch in silence as a guy in a wheelchair, who wants to be part of the drum section, takes the test. A street musician touches people when he sings "I Believe I Can Fly" on weekends at Paulista Avenue. Benny, the mascot of the Chicago Bulls basketball team, puts his mask on a disabled spectator, to the delight of the entire arena. A grown man, lawyer, and father of two has butterfl ies in his stomach as he faces the crowd in his fi rst speech as a motivational speaker. What brings these episodes together? Born without arms or legs due to an extremely rare disability, Hanhart Syndrome, these are scenes from the incredible life journey of Marcos Rossi, described vividly and with good humor in this book, What is Impossible for You?. With the candor that only the courageous possess, Marcos shares with us the circumstances of each one of the conquests he had reached in his daily search to overcome challenges and limits (both our own as well as the ones that we impose on ourselves) without any self-pity or playing the victim. He teaches us not to carry frustrations or sadness out to the following day. His story shows us that it is required never to give up our dreams. In the end, there's one thing that will be really impossible for you: remain the same after reading this book.