God knows that you’ve worked through different levels of morality to get to the point where you’re at. That point is what your children step on to get to the next level and accomplish what you could not. It doesn’t matter what you are up against or how impossible it may appear to be. Nothing is impossible for God.
Just look at Abraham and Sarah. According to the physical laws of nature, they couldn’t have had Isaac because they were both old and barren. But God saw something different, therefore “He brought Abraham outside” (Gen. 15:5) when He told him that he would have a son. He brought him outside—in other words, He was saying, “Abraham, I know you thought you would be childless, but break away from what the physical laws of nature are telling you. Think outside of the box.”
Abraham believed God—and now, here you are, reading Toldot, a Torah portion named after the generations of Abraham’s son, Isaac.
Even when you think that you can’t change, or that your situation can’t change, and even when you feel that it’s impossible to make a difference in your generations, don’t resign yourself to inactivity. Some of the smallest choices and actions can have the biggest impact and make the biggest difference. By your effort you can impact and empower your toldot—your generations. The Almighty sees what you cannot; so think outside of the box.