Dreaming+Passion (a guest post by Maya Moore)

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I am a dreamer.

I’ve been told oh-so-many times that dreams can never come true and being a dreamer is a waste of time. But it’s not. Dreaming is not wishes that never come true. True dreaming is passion we can pursue and goals we can reach if we try.

All our dreams can come true, if we have the courage to pursue them. -Walt Disney

Every athlete who wins Olympic gold, every actor who rises to fame, every mommy who tucks her kids into bed, every businessman who owns his own company, every author whose written anything–they all started with a simple dream that became their passion. They worked for that dream. They became that dream.

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Sure, every dream might not go according to our plans. We fail. We mess-up. We fall. But why do we fall? As it saids in Batman, “So we might learn to pick ourselves up.” Because our failures in our dreams gives us more courage to create a new dream or continue harder with the dream that fell.

Because God’s plan for our life might not be our dream. But if we make our dream that God would simply do His will then our dream will always come true.

So, never stop dreaming. Create dreams a passion. Develop courage to live that passion. Become the dream. Because we need direction. And we can’t stop dreaming. So live the dream.

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“We plan our lives according to a dream that came to us in our childhood, and we find that life alters our plans. And yet, at the end, from a rare height, we also see that our dream was our fate. It’s just that providence had other ideas as to how we would get there. Destiny plans a different route, or turns the dream around, as if it were a riddle, and fulfills the dream in ways we couldn’t have expected.” -Ben Okri

About the girl who just guest posted: I’m Maya, just an ordinary American, lover of music, competitive swimmer, brunette, and true island girl. I blog here: I design here: .

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