I know how she felt.
Earlier this week it had been suggested to me that in order for a dream to continue, to maintain the passion and the purpose of that dream, I must talk about it with people who are bigger than me. I still want to help people while they transition into their new life, but writing is my first love and I know in my heart more books will arise out of this dream, hence more dreams will appear; in all hopes to be known for my compassion and the size of my heart even through my imperfections.
Also earlier this week I had been on a call with my dream coach when another amazing dreamer got on the line. She had a question for our coach, however, was not allowed to ask it. The reason? That amazing dreamer from Louisiana had lost her grandson that morning to the H1N1 virus—he was almost three. Our coach along with the rest of us on the call prayed for her and with her. The loss of Silas was the only thing that mattered during this ever so somber moment.
Writing. Speaking. Dreams. I realized this morning that I am only one person away from meeting Jack Canfield, co-author of the Chicken Soup series. I am so excited to see where my dreams will lead—especially now that I know how to achieve them.
Have a wonderful Friday!
"I want to play with famous people."
-- Killian Mansfield, musician, as quoted by New York magazine