Hopes. Wishes about anything. Wonderful. Not particularly useful in terms of getting things done. When something is late, incomplete, unfinished, or just simply not our best effort – it wasn’t because we didn’t hope hard enough or wish it long enough.
I hope, I wish …
Wishes come true, hopes fulfill – not because we did something else instead of wishing and hoping. Not to dash hopes, or wishes. We need more do. More do not. More choose, choose not, act or act not because we manifested our wishes and dreams through our actions. Or, inactions.
If we want something badly enough, we don’t rest until we make it happen. Our non-conscious mind works through these things much faster than we can think aloud, but when we find ourselves doing (or failing to do) things that move mountains – energy that seems to come from out of nowhere, it isn’t as much about wishes and dreams – but living out our dreams because we manifested workable schemes …
Silence is fine.
Quiet in our head, our belly, with the world, with each other.
Everybody wants to be over some goal-line before their dead-line.
Be careful what you wish for …
written / published from Calgary, AB
morning walk: 2C/36F, crescent moon through hazy cloud cover, Gusta pulling hard on my rotator cuff, or was it my patience? … silent night
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