“The more you lean on me the stronger we become. The stronger we become, the bigger we dream, the higher we fly, the bluer the sky, and the happier we dance.
Lean on me,
The Universe”©Mike Dooley, http://tut.com
Take that leap of faith and believe that the Universe, based on your thoughts and action, will make things happen. Of course, thinking will never be enough to reach your goals in life, as action and most importantly, believing, are the ingredients you need to make your dreams happens. So, what are you waiting for? Steve Harvey, the host of Family Feud, once said: You need to Jump of that cliff for your parachute to open. If you don’t jump, nothing great in your life will ever happen. Obviously, that jumping is a metaphor for taking risk in life to reap great rewards. He is certainly not encouraging people to go and jump off a cliff to their death, literally speaking. Now, as he said, you can stay on top of that cliff, all safe in your little cocoon but don’t complain when you see others live a fulfilling life filled with abundance. They jumped, got hurt, felt the pain and disappointments, but still kept moving forward. Their parachute eventually opened and reaped the rewards. Now, i am not saying that it will happen immediately, so patience is a very important ingredient.
So how can you convince yourself to move forward? Well, just because you need to. You can simply give up, yes, that is an option, but then again, do you want to live the rest of your life with regrets of giving up? Do you want to lay in your death bed and wonder what could have been if you kept moving forward and not abandon ship? Ask the many who feel this way and will always recommend or advise you that if they had the opportunity to go back in time, the ONE thing they would do is to never give up on their dreams. You have the luxury to live in a time where you can somewhat predict a future that hasn’t happened yet, based on others life experience. Take advantage of their regrets, and never use that same path. You have a way to change things, so do it now.
Dr. Dan Amzallag, PhD