Dreams Keep Us Going
The eyes are the portals of the inner self; the doorway to the soul. If you will look into someone's eyes you will either see the glossy reflection of light, the life of the soul, or you will see a dull non-reflective image of darkness.
Eyes that reflect light are eyes that have the life of hope, the evidence of possible dreams.
Dreams are what keep us going when the pathways of life are tough. Dreams are the catalyst of futures yet to be. Dreams are dreamed before sucesses are ever realized. Because success never happens by accident. We accomplish, we pursue, we become as a result of what we have dreamed we can be.
Do you know what your own personal dreams are? Do you have a plan, a direction that you are moving within? Without written plans, without a map to follow, we may travel at lightening speed, but we will not know where we are going, or when we shall arrive.
There you go. Now you've heard it again. It is important to write down your goals. It does make a difference. In writing them down, you create the beginning of your own road map, or treasure map, if you will, that can lead you carefully but surely toward your own goals.
Don't spend your life blindly traveling the path of least existence. Follow the path that will challenge your skills and fulfill your dreams.
So start today. Where are you going?Where would you like to be? Search for the pathways that lead to your goals and take that first step forward.
And do it....now!
Bob Curtis has been writing articles, short fiction, and poetry for over 30 years. He has been a lay consultant for families and individuals for a number of years. He is currently the managing director of People4People.blogspot.com /">People4People.blogspot.com and the president of Nexus Publishing, nexus4u.blogspot.com/">nexus4u.blogspot.com, in Midvale, Utah.
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