Apr 3, 2013

Faithful to Your Dreams

Another late night *sigh*, lol. Oh, pray for me, I'm yawning. I pull whatever little strength I have left from my mere commitment to this, and honestly I surprise myself every time I look at the end result of my midnight postings.

Having an inner source of strength is vital in situations when outer circumstances drain or fail us. Many times we want outer support and confidence boosts from others to keep us going, however we can't rely on that as there's no guarantee that someone will always be there. I know some of you might say you can always count on your spouse or your mom, but can they be your driving force for completing something? What drives you ought to come from within, for only you know how much it means to you and the positive impact it can have on those around you. As I've mentioned before, don't be pushed by your problems, but be led (driven) by your dreams.

Drive is what enabled me to wake up at 4 am to study while my kids where still asleep when I was in school.
Drive is what enables a single parent to hold down 3 jobs. Drive is what allows someone earning $90 000/yr to leave their career to pursue their dream in the arts, earning only a fraction of that.

Although you may be tired, (and trust me, I know tiered, I know weary too), hang in there and keep your eye on the prize. Stay focused on your dream, stay driven.

Stay Pretty & Precious,

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