A Forgotten Dream

When you have put aside your dreams and accepted any job (just to pay the bills or try too anyways) one may forget those dreams of yesterday. Some may say things change, because you like what you are doing. There comes a time when you are tired of hiding, because you know you are better than what you allow people to see. {NKJ ~ Deuteronomy 31:6 Be strong and of a good course, fear not, nor be afraid of them; He will not fail thee, nor forsake thee.}

 

One has to decide whether the place you are working at is:

 

  1. A forever job       – is a job where you can grow within the company. Some may just see themselves as a supervisor or a manager. Then others may see themselves as a buyer (if you are working in retail and you buy what will be sold at the store) or as a stager (the person who design the displays and showcase the products) or enjoy what they are doing without change.
  2. A temporary job  – a job where you work while you are studying (taking college classes, and preparing to set your dreams free) and you will be moving on to better things.
  3. A part – time job – a job where you are paying your bills and barely surviving and that leave less nothing left over to really live (paycheck to paycheck).

 

If you are going through your day in a blur, days turn into weeks, weeks into months, and months into years without so much of a change? Ask yourself, “am I still happy in what I am doing or is there more?”  If a forgotten dream has resurfaced and will Not go away. I believe it’s time to set that forgotten dream free. It’s Never too late as long as you don’t give up. It’s time to set your Dreams Free!!!

   

 

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