Stripping away the rose colored glasses of denial concerning my reality. Getting in touch with truth. Reaching out to others in empathy concerning their reality and their walk to truth.

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Your Dreams - the source of infinite power?

If you love what you do, you can never fail! Why? because you will never run out of juice. You will always be motivated. During the inevitable times when you are discouraged, you will find a way to simply acknowledge the state you find yourself in, take a break, and the juice will be back in no time. If you live your talents you will be empowered by the universal source—a source that is beyond your wildest imagination, and it is of infinite supply.

No argument can make you stop doing what you love to do. Many people have wonderful reasons for what they do and for what they want to accomplish. These reasons are as varied and personal as anything in the universe. If you take away these reasons and ideas, people fall into a black hole because there is then no longer any substance behind their reality—their dreams have been cut off at the source.

If there is only one important thing in your life, then surely it must be this: to find and live your dreams. Don't waste any more time doing things you don't like. Yes, you are taking a risk, but you will never want to go back once you have made this choice.

Is this possible? What do you think?


  1. Dear Dixie,
    When I was young all I ever wanted to be was a writer.
    And, ironically, it has been through my experience of mental ill health that I have become what I always wanted to be. I doubt whether I would have ever had my poetry published or written a blog were it not for the time I have to ponder and pontificate that mental ill health has afforded me. In klahanie's words it has been some kind of bizarre mixed blessing.
    So I agree. Live your dreams, if you can. And in my experience, if you can't, fate will somehow find a way.
    Wishing you All the Best and Good Health,

  2. Dear Dixie,
    Nobody can ever stifle our dreams. Dreams can involve risks; that is true. Yet to dream and never attempt our aspirations, can leave us with a sense of regret.
    Pursue your dreams, breathe in the excitement of turning your dreams, hopes and desires into the reality you really want.
    I know it is possible. For despite some setbacks, and yes, regrets, I have turned many of my dreams into reality. Go for it and enjoy:-)

  3. Dixie, I hope you always do the things you love and enjoy. Don't let anyone deter you from your dreams and goals...after all, they are your dreams and goals.

    Life is short, and happiness is often fleeting. Take the days as they come and instill as much happiness as you can into every one of them. Follow your own heart, my friend, for it is the rhythm of your existence...

    Stay strong and be well...

  4. Dear David,
    When I read:"Live your dreams, if you can. And in my experience, if you can't, fate will somehow find a way." I burst into tears. It is just so nice that you chose to share your life and a dream you sought and attained. I felt hope, and not just from 'the happy books' I pick up and read for myself. The very best to you.

  5. Dear Gary,
    I hadn't thought of risks, thinking I'm still a youngster, able to stand on my own. Yet reality is really before me and I move carefully.
    "...breathe in excitement..." what a wonderful description of what I'm looking for; a motivation that calls.
    Once again I am glad I have another friend who shares openly about 'realised' dreams. A lovely, lively comment.

  6. Dear Mattie,
    "Follow your own heart, my friend, for it is the rhythm of your existence...". This is beautiful and was my pattern of living until 1996. I have some time to make up for. I must return to that path.

    I consider it great joy because you are here today leaving me this wonderful comment.

    Stay strong my friend and here's a (smile) for you.


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