Hello My Old Heart

There is only one thing that makes a dream impossible to achieve: the fear of failure-

We all have dreams and aspirations. Most of our dreams are left to the dark confines of our mind(s), acting only as seemingly unattainable realities that are nice to think about one busy summer morning in July,a means to escape the daily reality we find ourselves in, right now.

Does it have to be this way?

Each one of us has the incredible ability, the unwavering will and desire that can be a driving force for attaining the most amazing dreams and aspirations we can possible dream up. Why settle for anything less than the life you imagined for yourself?

It doesn’t have to be this way…it doesn’t have to be this way at all.

When we realize the barrier to living our lives in a way (our way) that we feel would make us content and happy sits comfortably between our ears, our own mind? We toss aside the self-imposed limits, socialistic norms, expectations of others!

I want to live my dreamsmy life and chase away the doubts that burden me!

Notes:

Why settle for anything less this on this beautiful morning than that which brings you incredible joy, ecstasy, and happiness … Today, tomorrow and forever?

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10 Comments on “Hello My Old Heart”

  1. Sandra says:

    Indeed!!! And it is a beautiful day. Windows open. Letting the earth smells in to my house!
    Have a glorious day. Ride for me, will you?

    • CultFit says:

      For you? Of course, right after we get back from the pool tonight! :)
      *For some reason my reply did not post yesterday, I hope you guys had a great night!

    • Sandra says:

      We did. Sat on the porch until the wind died and the bugs came out, then we watched an episode of northern exposure. :-)

  2. I always feel so different from other people, and this is another of those. I don’t fear failure. Indeed, I expect failure. What I fear is success. Is that weird? I fear I will become quite successful and create a wedge between what I want to be truly happy, and what I have now, which makes me mostly happy, my family. Either way, it is hard to work on the space between my ears.

    Love the photo btw.

  3. Maia says:

    “The worst thing one can do is not to try, to be aware of what one wants and not give in to it, to spend years in silent hurt wondering if something could have materialized – and never knowing.” ~ David Viscott

    … brings that friggin pinch every single time I read this.

  4. Susan says:

    Agreed fully!

  5. ….and now I have the Oh Hello’s song “hello my old heart” stuck in my head!!! Good thing I like that song!