My son, Timmothy, enjoys puzzles. He is at the point where size and number of pieces no longer matter. That being said, he is NOT looking for the impossible. I think he chooses by photo content (again, not looking for the most difficult).
Santa brought him this one for Christmas and he just completed it yesterday.
Every day we all face puzzles. Sometimes conventional and routine... like what am I going to wear today. Some times the puzzles are less conventional or routine like the jigsaw puzzle above and we react with "I've never seen this before" but we forge on to "get it all together".
Often Carol likes to help Timmothy put the puzzle together. Once in a great while I help out.
Sometimes in life we need help with our puzzles. There is nothing wrong in needing and asking for help. Sometimes it's nice to get help even when we don't ask for it.
Once in a while, as there was with the puzzle above, there is a piece missing. It's hard to replicate a piece for a jigsaw puzzle. It's hard to replicate a piece of our life that is missing. Sometimes it's impossible. That is when it's really nice to get help. If no one offers maybe no one is seeing that a piece of your life is missing... that's when it's best WE act and ask for help.