Too often we hold ourselves back from dreaming big because we feel it is too impossible. Our dreams were designed to be limitless, where you can go anywhere and be anything you could conjure up in thought.

                                                                                              

 

When we were young, we lived for our dreams. Our worlds were filled with fairy tales and endless play pretend. We dreamed we could be anything. From Mothers, Teachers, Doctors, Princesses to exploring the Moon. When did we stop dreaming? Why did we stop dreaming?

 

As we grew older, adults began to put limits on what was possible. We resisted for as long as we could but over time, we stopped believing in not only our dreams but also in ourselves.  Eventually we began to dream less and less until we started only living for the reality of each moment.

 

This Holiday Season, remember the magic of dreaming and believing that you can do anything, be anything you dream. Find that child within you and ask them to guide you on a journey back to your dreams. Let them take you wherever you let them and watch your imagination grow again. 

 

Be anything you wish, be anywhere you choose. Take those dreams and indulge in them. Believe in yourself, your potential and your dreams.

 

Don’t be afraid to dream up something big. 

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