In Others’ Words: Dreams
I know what you’re thinking: This is not the first time I’ve posted about dreams.
And it won’t be the last.
Dreams add an almost magical depth and breadth to life. And when your dream is prayed over and blessed by God, it is eternally expanded. Add the necessary perseverance and you may one day embrace a dream come true.
But, no matter how wonderful dreams may be, we can lose sight of them — or even worse, hand them over to someone else.
To the naysayers — the ones who doubt your dream in the first place.
To the interrupters — The people who say, “Would you be willing to do (fill in the blank) because you’re so good at it/no one else will/it’s so important?”
To the celebrities — Say what? You don’t have any celebrities in your life? Oh yes, you do! What about all the voices coming at you through your flat screen TV? The actors and actresses who are pursuing — achieving — their dreams? You’re sitting on the couch, ignoring your dream, watching them live theirs!
In Your Words: You’ve got a dream … I know you do. We all do. Who is stealing yours? And what are you doing about it?
Congratulations to Susan Gibson Snodgrass, who won the first Advanced Reader Copy (ARC) of Catch a Falling Star! Three more copies to give away during the next three weeks.
If you’d like to help share the news about the giveaway, here’s a possible post: Author Beth K. Vogt is giving away advanced copies of her book Catch a Falling Star, which releases in May. Stop by Beth’s author FB page for your chance to win!0 I like this!