My daughter was told that her dream was too big. That she couldn’t claim it for herself. It wasn’t a fact. It wasn’t a plan. It wasn’t a decision. It was just a dream, a wish that won’t come true.
You see, my daughter has big, bold and beautiful dreams. All of our children do. Our family dreams and sets goals. We make plans and take the steps to make those dreams a reality. We speak our dreams out loud. We pray about them. We claim them.
No one is allowed to tell us our dreams are too big.
God has created us to dream. To create. To love. His dreams for us are even bigger than our own. Beyond our wildest imagination. Go and be bigger!
You don’t need permission to dream.
Maybe you have forgotten the dreams of your childhood. Or the ambitious dreams of your teenage years. As an adult, revisit those dreams. Make new dreams, write them down and then work for them. Dream again!
Your dreams are worth dreaming!
My strong, smart, beautiful and determined daughter turned around and told them they were wrong. She told them her dream was going to happen because she has a plan. She has a checklist of steps that she is taking so that she is ready to conquer that dream. It’s practical, and wishful, and achievable and perfect. And I know that she will make it happen!
Go claim your dreams!