by Paul Lenda, ZenGardner.com
We all have dreams, hopes, and aspirations. Most of these are left to the confines of our minds, acting only as seemingly-unattainable realities that are nice to think about in order to escape the daily reality we find ourselves in, day after day. It doesn’t have to be this way.
We as humans have the incredible, unbridled will that can be the driving force for attaining the most amazing dreams, hopes, and aspirations we come up with. Combine this will with the courage to transform our thoughts into realities and an unstoppable determination to actualize those thoughts, and you now have the mental framework laid out which will allow you to live your dreams.
As humans we have relatively short lifespans and as we grow older and begin to feel the side effects of aging we tend to reflect more and more on our past and the things we’ve managed to accomplish or have experienced. This self-reflection can lead to great sadness and depression if we look back and see regretfully that we didn’t chase our dreams (usually because of the fear of the great unknown), or we have regrets about things we did that we never reacted to with actions that could undo those regretful decisions.
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