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Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Evolution of Dreams...


Evolve with your dreams… Evolve with your goals… Evolve with your life…
The evolution of our being and surroundings brings changes to our priorities. It inevitably brings a different focus into our lives and can even alter our dreams. Unfortunately, we sometimes allow the challenges of life to take over and we forget about our dreams and desires.


Yesterday Me
From focusing on me, me, me and more me
To finding love – I went from purposely being in doomed relationships, to being head-over-heels in love and wanting to do any and every thing for “the love”
And then on to creating a space for our history
To keep enjoying, romancing, and spontaneously maintaining “the love”
Marriage
To redefining, romancing, and conventionally maintaining “the love”
Children
Transforming our space into a home
To trying to find time to enjoy, define, romance and maintain “the love”, that I am fighting to not take for granted, as best as you can in the mist of new responsibilities…”

Did I resolve within myself that I’d live a boring, uneventful and even monotonous life? 
No!

I have evolved, I have changed, and I have grown alongside my dreams and wishes. While in the past I only wished to see results for my own selfish needs, my current goals, wishes and dreams are mostly selfless and are spread to my love ones.

Did I settle?
No!

“Remember, what you have now was once among the things you had only hoped for”
So I cherish everything I have, as wisdom and prudence are what’s driving me, instead of fully relying on feelings (and temporary emotions).

Today me
Motherhood has brought a different dimension to my life. Fear and boredom are not what made me more cautious and pacified in my reaction towards life; it’s bringing new life into this world. It’s wishing for world peace so your children will forever be safe. It’s wishing for an end to world hunger so that they will never find themselves starving and in need. It’s wishing for a flourishing world economy so that they can always be independent and in pursuit of their own dreams. Fear is not what’s guiding me or changing my perspective (or reaction) to things; its having learned the power of one’s soul, and what desire can accomplish. I’m learning to not waste it away with the frivolous but with meaningful!

Look at yourself! Remember the old you and look at who you are today. Can you see how much you’ve evolved? Can you see how insignificant your then challenges and aspirations were? Ask yourself, what do you value most in life? What are your goals today? If you were the winner of that $640M lottery jackpot, what would you have done? If you only had 5 months left on this earth, what would you make sure you did? What is the 1 wish you would want to be granted and why?
When you’re finished answering these questions, can you see that your current state of mind is different than the old? Can you see that your new thinking reflects the evolved, wiser, focused being you’ve become?

                  
Desires, visions and reveries don't come to by the snap of your fingers. It takes work, ambition and commitment… lasting commitment. From the frivolous dreams to the more thoughtful ones (that require hard work and sometimes, a lifetime of struggle), you need to appreciate any blessing. You should specifically appreciate the ones that are the realizations of your dreams, especially when at times, people around you or life makes you believe that your dreams are crazy and you are foolish for dreaming them.
Don’t ever be ashamed of your dreams, as they may not be big, exciting, or thrilling. Your self-evolution will allow you to keep your dreams and wishes meaningful, relative to where you are in life. Remember to keep dreaming, for without your dreams, you will have definitely started your downward spiral into a boring life, void of all real purpose.


"We grow great by dreams. All big men are dreamers. They see things in the soft haze of a spring day or in the red fire of a long winter's evening. Some of us let these great dreams die, but others nourish and protect them; nurse them through bad days till they bring them to the sunshine and light which comes always to those who sincerely hope that their dreams will come true. ~Woodrow Wilson
      
Dreaming bigger and wiser... Evolve
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