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Saying in original language: Wo ein Wille ist ist auch ein Weg.
English translation of the saying: Where there is a will, there is a way.
Language: German
Meaning in English: This proverb means that even if at the moment a conrete solution isn't in sight, a solution to a problem will be eventually be found as long as somebody really _wants_ to solve that particular problem. Often this is also said when people say something is impossible and you just have serious doubts about their willingness to actually do that particular something.
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