No heart has ever suffered when it goes in search of its dreams, because every second of the search is a second’s encounter with God and with eternity.

The Alchemist
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Do you have a dream? Have you fulfilled that dream or are on the path to fulfilling it? If you’re on the path, or have already fulfilled it, I imagine you’re feeling blessed, joyous. That’s because God’s light and love is shining down on you. HE has blessed us with gifts when we arrived here. When we have discovered our dream, our gift, God smiles down on us.

As I have said here in earlier posts, our goal in being here in this physical body is to find our mission, our dream, and do all we can to complete that dream. Some of us are lucky enough to have discovered ours early in life and not let anything stand in the way of fulfilling our dream. If you haven’t found yours yet, don’t fret. Keep searching, and remember, no heart has ever suffered when it searches for it’s dreams.

Chris

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