It It Worth Following Your Dreams?
What is your dream? Is it something you’ve wanted your entire life? Is it a fresh dream, one that was recently birthed in your heart? Everyone has a dream, but not everyone attempts to reach their dream.
The question looms in your heart...
Is your dream worth following after? Numerous people ask themselves this very question every single day. Sometimes in doubt, sometimes in fear, sometimes in nervous excitement.
Have you asked yourself lately if your dream really is worth following? If so, what was your answer? Maybe you were met with even more questions. Perhaps you felt a thrill of excitement rush through your veins and started making a task list that will help lead you to your ultimate dream.
Can you really do this? Is it really possible?
You might be wondering if your dream is even worth you applying any time or effort to it. After all, it’s somewhat lofty, probably even silly in some people’s eyes. What will others think if you do this? What will they say?
The reality is the only person that matters here is you. What you feel, how you think, what you say to yourself is what’s most important. Does this dream matter to you? Is it something you can’t live without accomplishing? If so, you have to let everything else go and start working for it.
Every dream is worthy of a seeker.
No matter what your dream is, it is worth your attention. Dreams feed your mind and soul, so don’t let your dreams die. It doesn’t matter how big or small it might seem. If you have dreams of things you want to do, then start today by taking one small step towards realizing those dreams. You can do it, if only you try.
Sometimes when everything seems to be going in the opposite direction you’d like it to, it’s easy to lose hope and think you will never be able to achieve your dreams. Don’t give up hope! Often, if you will simply push through that moment of bleakness, you will find success waiting for you just on the other side.
Are you following after your dreams?
This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.
© 2008 Hope Wilbanks