I'm trying to understand your plans for me. I'm trying to be optimistic and hopeful and not give up on my dreams. But I feel like every time I start to get a grip on life and what I need to do and where I need to go, something new happens. Like ending up in the emergency room with a kidney infection. What are you trying to teach me? What am I missing here? Because, no offense, some days, it's really hard to have faith.
A questioning Mare
It's Wishcasting Wednesday, my friends! This is always a favorite.
Today Jamie asks:
courtesy of we heart it
"A dream is a wish your heart makes when you're fast asleep. In dreams you will lose your heartaches. Whatever you wish for, you keep. Have faith in your dreams, and someday, your rainbow will come smiling through. No matter how your heart is grieving, if you keep on believing, the dreams that you wish will come true." - Cinderella (Disney version)
You would think a question like this should be easy enough. If it's in your heart, it should leap out of the page (or website) and hit you right in the gut, making everything suddenly make sense. Of course, nothing in life really is so simple, at least not for me, and I've been pondering this question for the better part of twenty minutes. What is my heart's wish? What...is...my...heart's...wish?
To learn to overcome my own fears and worries that I'm just not good enough and just do the things that I know will make me happy. I'm the queen of second guessing every little thing and I just want to live more in the moment, do what I feel is right and not worry so much about every possible catastrophe. I feel like I need to remind myself that I'm much stronger than I think to give myself credit for. I've survived a lot in my life and I'll survive more. I am capable and deserving.
So I guess, my heart's wish is to stop being afraid of the "what if" all the time.