A Letter From Your Dreams

Posted by Suzi | November 30, 2012

It’s been a bit of a bad decade for dreams. Never so much has the world laughed at people for being deluded. From singers to all kinds of peculiar reality TV show evils; it seems the sensible thing to do these days is just to buckle down in a secure job and be done with it.

Student tuition fees are higher than ever before, the economy in most places is still treading on ice; why risk it, right? Besides people may talk if you try something new; maybe you’re too old/not like that/just fine as you are.

Except, really, when a thought doesn’t leave you alone- it usually means you’re meant to do it. It’s not something you want for fame, or status, to make people like you, or to buy a nice handbag, car, or house. It’s an urge that comes from somewhere completely inexplicable (and sometimes, actually, you’d just rather it would leave you alone!)

I think Huffington Post journalist, Tara Sophia Mohr‘s Letter to Your Calling sums it up beautifully.


Enjoy xx





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