Are you living the life of your dreams? If you are not currently living your dream life, you may have a little nagging feeling that something is missing from your life or perhaps you have the desire to be a part of something bigger than yourself. Have you ever thought about how wonderful it would be to do what you love to do instead of just dreaming about it?
What do you love to do most?
You need to believe that you were created to achieve something remarkable with your life. Following your dreams will draw you toward the kind of life you were born to love. Everybody has a dream and it is never too late to pursue it. Your dream is somewhere, waiting for you... and if you don’t go for it, something important won’t happen. And when we do pursue our dreams, we may create an opportunity to inspire others to fulfill their dreams too.
Take a look at the happiest, most successful people on the planet, they are all doing something they love, creating something they believe in , and living a life of purpose and passion. Do that, and it doesn’t matter how much money you make. They are using their dreams to make contributions to the world. What special talents, skills, and gifts do you have to share with the world?
If you spend time thinking about your dreams and passions in life, you are taking the first step toward making them a reality.
Take time to be quiet...
This is something we don’t do enough in this busy world of ours. We rush, rush, rush and we are constantly listening to noise all around us. The human heart was meant for times of quiet, to peer deep within. Schedule some quiet “dream time” this week. No other people. No cell phone. No computer. Just you, a pad, a pen and your thoughts.
But what do you do if you don’t know what you want to do? What if you don’t know what your dream is? This is a common problem, and many people wander through much of their lives without discovering their passions and go from job to job, unfulfilled and miserable. Some of us were not raised in a home where dreams were encouraged. Get real was the motto -- go to school and get good grades so you can get a good enough job to pay the bills, get married, raise a family, and work until you die.
Reality is for those who lack imagination!
Fortunately, we don’t have to buy into that reality. We have access to books, teachers, friends and mentors who can inspire us to be an avid dreamer!
Please be encouraged to relax and have fun -- literally start dreaming! Anything is possible in your dreams! If you become what you think about, then thinking is creating. Imagine!
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