I overheard a dear friend say, Dreams have no expiry.
Which dreams have you shelved? Is it not time to dust them off?
During this time of liberation and rebirth, depending on which religious holy season you celebrate, it is all about embracing the new and setting ourselves free.
As our minds turn to renewal, look to your heart’s desire—the long-forgotten ideals which made you passionate and were the catalyst for embarking on your career.
“Trust in dreams for in them is hidden the gate to eternity.” ~Kahlil Gibran
How far have you strayed? Alternatively, if you have tried, how can you renew your fervor?
What was it about that dream that ignited your heart flame?
It is never too late to follow your heart, to live fully, to celebrate rediscovering your passion. Picture yourself every morning waking up feeling alive, overflowing with gratitude for the love that emanates from your heart. Feel yourself expanding more and more, amazed at all the love your heart can contain. Sense its magnificence.
“You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream.” ~C.S. Lewis
Are you experiencing it? Can you visualize your passion spilling into every area of your life?
Your dream was never really yours for it was instilled in you by God, Source, All-That-Is. That shelved dream has a role in the Master’s Plan. It serves your higher purpose. Embrace it. You have all you need within you to breathe life into it.
“We are such stuff as dreams are made on, and our little life is rounded with a sleep.” ~William Shakespeare
Dust off that dream now; the one that is clamoring for your attention. It is time.
“All our dreams can come true if we have the courage to pursue them.” ~Walt Disney
After all, dreams have no expiry.