There are some words I hear so very often and hate to hear: I could never do what you do. Now, I know I'm not the only person who has heard those words. I know a few mothers I know have heard those words as well, and I'm sure there are others. And, to be completely honest, I have said those words myself on at least one occasion.
The fact of the matter is that you could probably do what I do. Sure, it's harder if you have a house, spouse, kids, and a job in the United States (or wherever you happen to live). Sure, it's harder if languages never interested you. Sure, it's harder if...a lot of things.
The one occasion that I recall saying "I could never do what you do," I was talking to a friend of mine who has twins. I really don't know how she does it. But, you know what? It doesn't matter. She didn't know how to do what she does before God handed her those girls either.
If you think I could never do what you do, you're probably wrong. You probably have never tried. You probably have never needed to. But when the time comes to step up to the plate (to whatever it is), you will succeed if it is worth it...because failure is not an option.