Protecting your dreams sometimes can come at a price, no-matter what I do now protect my dreams
Lately there have been so many things thrown at me, rocking me to the core, challenging me to stand and be counted. But I won’t quit my life and my new beliefs. My dream now is mine and I won’t let anyone take them from me. When there is criticism of my dreams, I question myself, I used to abandon my dreams, I felt destroyed. My dreams are a gift from God, from the heavens, I have struggled to get where I am, and my dreams have called for commitment. Life can be testing and has been testing me lately.
Storms have been brewing lately, gaining strength, I did stand firm, not budge, I haven’t wavered keeping myself firmly planted on the ground. Circumstances in life changed, changes, tests, a side of me has awakened that I have not known for such a long time. I love and enjoy get stuck into challenges now as I know I am succeeding.
Today I rise to the occasion, not falling into pieces; I remember the many times I fell into a heap. I didn’t know myself. I admit it takes all my strength to stay firm.
I have made my choices; my choice is made as I see what is happening in my life. Like purchasing a new little dog, it’s my choice, not everyone else’s. Believing what I have done is going to bring me success, giving me a chance to move forward again in my life. But if I believe it was wrong them it would be wrong and I would fall. I am stepping up in ways that are healthy for me and enabling me to handle pressure.
There are times when I’ve told myself to stay positive, been firm with myself, I did not want to feel anything. My heart had become harder, instead I now regroup and keep moving forward.
If you stay keeping hold of the old, you are glue to the past life. I created a new plan of attack with a completely new breed of dog. Lately I have felt a very new person, getting to know her is so different. Actually the new Barb is exciting, I do feel exciting. Moving forward each day, not looking back to the past..
There were so many question about my life, all the “Why’s” and “Wherefores’” , believe me I have been in mental prison. Opening the can of worms of my life has been healing. I no longer need that can of worms; today I stand for what is possible in my new life. Today I can make choices, conscious of success
No longer wanting to sink down into misery, I am making my life work for me.