Old English: The impossible we do overnight


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Anyone out there can help me?
Old (7th century) ANGLO SAXON - anyone speak/write these?

'The impossilbe we do overnight; miracles take a bit longer'

('we' means 'you and I'. 'overnight' can be literal or a figure of speech. 'take a bit longer' = need a bit more time and effort.
'miracle' (as in Anglo-Saxon 'wunder').
It's a business slogan.

Thank you so much - will say that in ANGLO-SAXON (if you tell me how!)
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