Within minutes another coworker turned on his TV set at his workstation and we watched while the second plane crashed into the other Twin Tower.
You know the rest of the story. But what you may not have thought about is while thousands of dreams died that day, many more were conceived.
For me personally, although not knowing when, I felt my dream career with the airline was now coming to an end. For the first time, I came to realize that I was not in control of my own life, so I took over the controls. A few years later new dreams were born. I wrote out a list of what I wanted and what I did not. I'm happy to report there is one more item on that list and one more year to accomplish it. Who knew that the power lay within me to change my life and to make my dreams come true?
Today, my life-long dream of being a published writer has come true ten times over and multiplying each and every day.
What will you do to make your dreams come true? Will it take a major incident to move you toward them? What is one step, no matter the size, that will start you on your path?
Don't wait. Take that step today. Your life will never be the same.
Have a great day and Dream On!
“The courage of life is often a less dramatic spectacle than the courage of a final moment; but it is no less a magnificent mixture of triumph and tragedy.” ~ John Fitzgerald Kennedy