Saturday, February 9, 2013

ABC Wednesday - D is for ...



GBE2's prompt "Dream" lines up very nicely with ABC Wednesday.

Hence,  D is for ... Dreams 

And my post today leads on quite nicely from my previous post What's your song?

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I believe that dreams that are persistent, that give us great joy and uplift us are good indicators of our destiny. I also believe that thoughts or our dreams have the power to create. They are essentially our constant requests to the Universe.

But things just don't seem to happen quick enough for us. We want everything to happen instantly.

This poem is a nice reminder to me that once we send our request out to the Universe - through our thoughts, our words, our dreams - we need to step back, let go and be patient, as all things happen in their own time and in their own way.

Things and people will come to us if and when the time is right for them to appear in our lives. Often these appear in ways we least expect them to appear and hence feel that our dreams haven't come true.

I truly believe that all our requests are heard by the Universe when our thoughts and dreams are constant and have the potential to bring good to ourselves and to others. But as we are impatient, we try to force things and become our own blocks.  Or we fail to recognise that our dreams have materialised because they come to us in different ways than what we had imagined.

A lot of my dreams haven't materialised as yet (at least not in the way I imagine them to be) but I know that every opportunity that comes my way are stepping stones to my big dreams. In the meantime, I keep dreaming (big of course) and believing that they will come true.

Enjoy this song "Don't dream it's over" by Crowded House, one of my favourite songs.


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XjBwAYIxUso


Enjoy your day and I hope it's the day your dreams come true.

Warm Regards
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14 comments:

  1. I used to want everything NOW, but my mother taught me that "patience is a virtue possessed by few women and no men." True or not...I try to remember that.

    Leslie
    abcw team

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    1. Hi Leslie - your mother was a very wise woman. Thanks for dropping by.

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  2. I have had a few vivid dreams that I'll share eventually.
    ROG, ABC Wednesday team

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    1. Hi Roger, Look forward to hearing your dreams.

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  3. LOVED THIS!!!!!!! i heard this song as a child..wow and the child within me now is smiling..I GET IT!! ((hugs))

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    1. Thanks Brenda. Glad you liked it. I love it when my post sparks something happy in others. Hugs to you too.

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  4. I never seem to have/remember dreams any more - I wonder why?

    The Crowded House song is one of my favourites too, although it brings tears to my eyes... reminds me of my mum.

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    1. Hi Kat - probably because all your dreams are coming true or have already come true. Love and hugs my friend.

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  5. Loved this! And love the song you posted.
    I like how you described dreams as being "essentially our constant requests to the Universe." Great post. :)

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    1. Thanks Jessica. Glad you liked my post. I absolutely love this song - it always gives me a lift.

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  6. Also, some of the things we think we want might not be in our best interest to get.

    http://joycelansky.blogspot.com

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    1. You are absolutely right Joyce, some dreams are just not meant to come true and won't if the Universe deems it unsuitable for us.

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  7. That poem is amazing! Thank you so much for sharing it and there is so much truth to it. This poem is about letting go and having faith. Very nice!

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    1. Thanks Beachlover. Yes, the poem is so true - we have to trust that the Lord will make our dreams come true. Thanks for dropping by.

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