Perhaps there are desires and dreams buried inside of your heart that you haven’t seen for a while.
There are a lot of misconceptions about dreams, and many people are not encouraged to dream. Maybe you’re one of them. For most of my life including the early parts, I was not encouraged to dream. I scarcely recall a teacher or adult in my early years who has made a difference in my life in ways that I can remember – until I learned to dream again with role models I found as an adult.
I love this definition of a dream by Dr. John C. Maxwell: “A dream is an inspiring picture of the future that energizes your mind, will, and emotions, empowering you to do everything you can to achieve it. A dream worth pursuing is a picture and blueprint of a person’s purpose and potential.”
It’s never too late to start dreaming. And there’s hope to dream again – this time, with excellent tools to help you succeed. As someone who has battled through disappointment, inner heartache and deep emotional hurts, I believe you can re-start as many times as you need to pursue your potential and purpose.
Uncover your buried desires, re-ignite your dreams, and design a meaningful life you love!
For practical tips, transparent stories, affirmations, prayers and soul-searching exercises, I invite you to check out my new book (co-authored with a dear friend and colleague) and music CD here:
It’s time to let the light within you shine!