“This life has an infinite number of potentials for you; we live in a made to order Universe. Whatever you believe is possible for you and take consistent action upon is what becomes your reality. If you keep telling yourself that your dream isn’t possible, you will come to find that you are absolutely right.
But my friend, if you draw a line in the sand and tell the Universe that your dreams are a reality RIGHT NOW, and take action as if that were the case, you will come to find that you are absolutely right. The question is how long can you live in the fire of your dreams manifestation?
The price you have to pay to live your dream is facing your deepest darkest fear and the reward you receive from this courageous act is the realization that your fear was an illusion and that your dreams were always real.
So I ask you, my friend, are you willing to go there? Are you willing to sit in fire and sacrifice the comfort of your known world for the potential of something amazing, new and unknown? Don’t you want to find out what’s on the other side of your fear?
Living in fear is so last season, if you want to be happy and really live your dream you have to take a stand and just put yourself out there. You might fail, yes indeed – but, you might, you just might succeed too! Don’t you want to find out? Either way your life will never be the same… Can you handle it?”
– Jackson Kiddard
I am sitting at my computer and watching families walk up the street for the annual Fourth of July parade. I am not included because it is for families and mine is not here. I should not say that because Tuck is sleeping peacefully next to me. I guess if I went out and started to walk with Tuck it would be OK but I honestly don’t want to so I am very happy to sit on the side lines observing.
I start to think about where my dreams want to take me. Is this where I need to be or is there a wonderful place where I will find some more keys to open doors to my ever expanding dreams? When I moved to North Carolina almost 6 years ago I jokingly said this would only last 5 – 6 years tops and then I would move on. Did I plant that idea in my head only to act on it some years latter? Or was it something I knew deep inside my being. Maybe a little of both. Whatever the motivation I know with the divine knowing it is time to leave and move on because of my dream.
Walking with faith into the unknown and holding a beacon of light (your dream) to shine the way, being drawn toward some thing because you are determined to see what is on the other side of the darkness is down right scary. I must go and I will go because I know it will only be better. Maybe not easier but definitely better. Either way your life will never be the same…can you handle it?