I'm working on a creative piece to share with you lovely folks, but first I wanted to ask you a question about goals. We all were in the same situation once in our lives, the whole classroom setting with the annoying teacher (so we thought) and a bunch of outgoing classmates, right? Well when your teacher asked you what you wanted to be when you grow up, I could only imagine that we wanted to be something bigger than ourselves (president, senator, judge, etc.). When you think about the answer you'd given before compared to now, what can you say the difference between before and after is? For me I wanted to be a preacher when I was younger...I mean I wanted to preach up the place and have God's people feel the anointing of the Holy Spirit, but then as I got older things changed. I wanted to be an International Best-Selling Author, and I'm pursuing that as we speak (everything takes time). But my question for the world (you) is:
Do we only hold onto dreams when we're young and vulnerable, just because we're so naive? Or as we get older do we hold onto it, because of hope and faith, realizing that we have to work ten times harder than the person who already has their dream?