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Wednesday, 7 September 2011

Dream A New Dream

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There are times when I need to hear something like that. When we start living life it is so easy to lose track of who we really are, who we’re meant to be. Some of us achieve our dreams at a young age; for others it may take a lifetime but, in the end, what we need to remember is that we can be anything we want to  be – now or later – as long as we do not forget our goal or lose sight of our dream.
So no matter what age you may be, dream your dream and set out to achieve it, because you know you can do it.

15 comments:

  1. You, and Lewis, are so very right on that.
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  2. How true! My friends and I were just discussing this today on our fav forum where I had just posted a quote for the day...Life can change in an instant, so do everything you can to make that work in your favor. Choose to use this instant to change your world for the better~Ralph Marston
    Times change, we get older but there is always that moment, that particular opportunity to grab and make your own...or as my sister summed it up so well "seize the day (moment)"... carpe diem!
    I loved your Dream a New Dream graphic : )
    Hugs,
    Doreen

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  3. Dreams are meant to be fulfilled even if it might take a lifetime!
    Great inspirational words... thanks!
    Sue.

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  4. Such a lovely message for a rather dreary Thursday ~ xox Alexandra

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  5. i'd never read that quote before - and i think it was true of him, too. i remember reading a biography of lewis that said he was planning some new writing projects when he was ill, just a few days before he died...

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  6. Thank you for the awesome quote. I needed that today.

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  7. Great quote on such a beautiful image!

    I'm at the age now that contentment and peace seemed to be more important than reaching a goal.

    Have a great weekend, Loree..

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  8. Yes, dreams are what we need to keep alive- in order to 'live' our lives.

    I forget it at times, but it's the truth that's just 'out there'.

    Have a nice weekend, Loree :)

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  9. This reminds me of George Eliot's famous words, 'It is never too late to be what you might have been.'

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  10. As long as you can dream you are alive ! No matter if the dream comes true !

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  11. Yay..fantastic post Loree...brilliant and beautiful and so true! I allow my inner child spirit to be free...so that way I can always dream..it is an ageless spirit inside my heart.....I just turned 40 and i am just beginning to dream and fly even more..... and life is a beautiful adventure..with the potential of all things..I open my arms to the sky everyday and create with my dreams! Yay..shine on..loved this inspirational post!
    Kiki

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  12. May your dreams be fulfilled, Loree! Mine are showing signs of doing so. Life is too short not to try for them! X

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  13. This is a really nice message for me right now. I have 3 more years of homeschooling. Most moms my age have elementary/middle school aged children. I didn't realize at the time we were moving along swifter with marriage/kids. I have no idea what I will do in this next stage. It frightens and excites me at the same time.

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  14. i needed to hear this today. i've been reading don miguel ruiz's the five agreements and this is so spot on.

    blessings to you dear loree, for a wonderful week.

    xo
    amanda

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