A teacher, writing an A not for the best result but for the best effort.
A boy, teaching his friends how to write poetry instead of teaching them how to cheat on the test.
A girl, teaching her friends how to paint instead of playing games with her smart phone.
A parent, instead of punishing her kid for misbehavior, saying "I love you."
A politician, confessing bribery and exposing the system.
A coffee shop owner, giving coffee stamps for buying from her competitors.
A priest/pastor, giving a church funeral to deceased unbeliever.
A lawyer, taking her client to her competitor down the street because she believes he will do a better job.
An organist, forgetting everything she learned in practice and being comfortable with what comes next in public performance.
When we defy expectations, we enable the impossible.