Nature blessed the human with unimagined power: the will to conquer the universe, the desire to know, and the curiosity of
The common thing we have today, from paper to pen, bed to houses, car to airplane, computer to internet are never come to there present state, if our ancestors leaves their imagination and believe that is impossible to invent them.
This is a little wordy and awkward. Let me suggest a rewording:
"If our ancestors had ignored their imaginations and simply believed everything was impossible, many of the commodities we have would not exist." You could probably to something better :)
I see that you need to work on your grammar a lot. Many of the sentences here do not make sense grammatically and are confusing.
"Their constant efforts become fruitful and civilization -has we have today accumulates, little by little, their toil...
Human have every thing from communication to transportation system or political and economy system by continuous trying to make it work for them. The problem that we think it is impossible, its problem with our attitude."
For example, a lot of the statements here are awkwardly worded fragments and/or run-ons:
"Their constant efforts
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every thing from communication
political and economy
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. The problem
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Asides from the grammar, I think you should add more details on how exactly the "impossible" means the "untried." So far, you have a few examples of the achievements of imagination, etc, but you don't specifically address how the impossible is the untried... do you understand what I mean?