If there is something your heart truly desires, trust that it will be made manifest in your life. This desire, this soul urge, comes from your heart, which comes from God. You may not be able to plan the circumstances. You may not see it coming. It may not look the way you expect it to look. Just trust that your dreams can and will come true. They are within you to be made real.
Hello readers! I’ve decided to change up my blog format after some prayer and contemplation. I’ll be writing shorter daily thoughts Monday through Thursday, and a longer blog post on Fridays. I hope this new format suits you! As always, I sit in prayer before writing, and then write what I feel called to write from my heart.
Thank you so much for reading, as always.
What is your dream for your life? You won’t have to think long to know what it is. I imagine that you know exactly what your dream for your life is. It might be too scary to think about, or too big to dare to say, or seem too unimportant, but your dream for your life is extremely valuable. It makes you who you are. I believe that following your dream for your life is a big part of why you’re here.
It can be scary to take steps towards your dream, but it doesn’t have to be debilitatingly so. Write it down. Make a vision board. Pray for guidance. Take baby steps towards it. It does not have to be selfish to follow your dream. A soul living out its divine urge is only good for humanity, especially when that soul urge can uplift others.
Start small. Start by being who you are dreaming of being, and your dream will create itself. This is the be-do-have paradigm that I’ve learned about in Conversations with God and elsewhere. All things are created from being, not the other way around. Begin by embodying (BE) the person you believe you will be, take action (DO) from that place, and you will HAVE your dream! Wishing that your dreams come true for you.