something to ponder.

pondering. one of my favorite past times. and thanks to a tip from my awesome & inspiring cousin, lindsey, i have something positive and encouraging to ponder over every day. this morning i got a little message in my inbox, like i do every day, from the universe. it’s from a fun, uplifting website that sends out daily inspirational thoughts via email. it’s just a little pick-me-up every day.

this is what was waiting for me this morning:

“Liz, if you could take a daily pill that would profoundly speed-up the manifestation of all your dreams, would you take it without fail? 

I thought so. 

What if it was a big, ugly pill that took 5 minutes to dissolve on your tongue, and it tasted like medicine. Would you still do it?

Yes, all of your dreams… 

Thought so. 

But what if during those 5 minutes each day you couldn’t watch TV, or talk with friends, or distract yourself in any way from your chore?

Wow, you must really want a fabulous dreams and goals, and all those other awesome life changes! 

OK, what if you could skip the pill bit entirely, but instead you had to set aside 5 minutes a day to visualize, in a dark and quiet room, seeing your life unfold as if all your dreams were coming true, and for good measure you had to say or do something, each day, that implied the same?

No, you can’t go back to the pill idea.

    The Universe”

something to ponder, huh? makes me want to remember the importance of dreaming my dreams, believing in them, and spending just a little bit of time every day focusing on them. dreams do come true, i can attest to that in my life. sometimes not in the way or in the time we want or plan, but they come true nevertheless. it’s a beautiful thing. and i believe that when we truly listen to our heart, seek to be true to ourselves, and scrape up enough patience & hope to wait, our dreams will become reality.

if you want to receive a personalized, positive email every day click here & check it out.

5 minutes today. just dream. and believe.

love & peace.


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