Your dreams might scare people. Your passion might overwhelm those who have yet to journey into the realm of possibility. Your huge heart, courageous words, and wild life may cause others to gawk and point.
And this is exactly where you want to be.
If onlookers are not saying, “You’re nuts!” then your dreams may need a booster shot.
Those who will try to stop you (are the ones you’d least expect)
In CS Lewis’ The Lion, the Witch and The Wardrobe, the youngest sister, Lucy, showed the greatest courage, but all her older siblings tried to stifle it. This is the way the world works.
In the Bible, Joseph shared his dream with his brothers, and what did they do? They “graciously” threw him into a well, leaving him for dead.
And how about these dreamers — how were they received? Abraham Lincoln and his “ridiculous” mission to abolish slavery? David and his “pebble” as he faced the giant? Tim Tebow and his “self-promoting” football career?
These are world changers and game players. They showed up, gave all they had, and put it on the line in spite of the nay-sayers and finger-pointers.
And despite all setbacks, they leaped for their dreams.
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