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- Dream Big, BUT Beware of Dream Killers
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- My Lady Bibliophile: Dream BigBut Beware of Dream Killers
- GPS Failed
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When I first started college, I was unsure of what I really wanted to be. When it came down to selecting a major, I felt pressured into quickly choosing my field of study because I thought it would be better than entering college undecided. I figured with no desire in science and my strong hate for hospitals that nursing would be a great career choice for me. Ultimately my decision to choose attempt to pursue this profession was stemmed from my parents. Any kid with West Indian parents knows how much they desire their children landing jobs in the medical industry.
Dream Big, BUT Beware of Dream Killers
I remember once hinting to my mother about possibly becoming a psychologist and cackled like it was the funniest thing she had ever heard. The more I was pleasing my parents, the more depressed I became. My only enjoyable time spent at school was when I was in my English classes. There, I was able to really enjoy all of the great things about reading and writing. I felt that found something that I was not only good at, but something that I was very passionate about as well. Despite what anyone would say I knew that I had to follow my dream. Following your dreams is not going to be easy.
This is especially the case if you have people around you who to tear them down. One thing you must always remember is that your dreams are yours. The world is full of dreamers- always continue to be one them! If you want a picture to show with your comment, go get a gravatar. You must be logged in to post a comment.
Daniel is an avid movie watcher and sports fan, even though all of his teams are always terrible. Read all stories written by Daniel Johnston. Brian Pineiro is a senior Read all stories written by Brian Pineiro. Hope Androsko is a senior who is majoring in English at Mercy College.
She was born and raised in a small town in northern Westchester Read all stories written by Hope Androsko. Steven Keehner is a journalism major with an unhealthy addiction to coffee and the band Oasis. Read all stories written by Steven Keehner. I really want to get that book! I'm glad you enjoyed it, and I hope your family really enjoys him at the homeschool convention. When I told him my name he said "Couldn't your parents have given you a normal name?!
Wow, Lady B, what a great post! I'm sure we'll be purchasing some of his books soon. His cartoons sound halarious! It's not easy to go against the "norm" and to dream. It's very inspiring to watch you as you seek God's best and follow the dream He's given you.
I often think about how the only people who made it into history and were remembered in the Bible were the ones who did the "impossible", who trusted God enough to dare to do what the culture scorned, and who persevered in their vision when everyone had forgotten or abandoned them. Have you not heard? There is no searching of His understanding.
My Lady Bibliophile: Dream BigBut Beware of Dream Killers
He gives power to the weak, and to those who have no might He increases strength. Even the youths shall utterly fall, but those who wait on the LORD shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles, they shall run and not be weary, they shall walk and not faint. Even with what I'm doing now, there are still enough other girls like me to make me feel secure in being a small minority. But if everyone abandoned or forgot it, would I still have the confidence to carry on?
A very good question indeed. It's such a blessing to hear that what I'm doing sparks inspiration for others, even if it is far from perfect or clear-cut. That is my desire, and something I hope God uses to reassure other girls looking at the same thing--that just because it isn't secure or defined doesn't mean it isn't incredibly rewarding. With the joy and blessing are fear and difficulty in proportion. But I think often of the verse in Isaiah Let him who walks in the dark,who has no light, trust in the name of the Lord and rely on his God.
I wish we could be there for your grad! That would be so fun, and I would love to see Todd Wilson with you. A great post, Schuyler, and very inspiring!
I have not read the book, but it sounds interesting. Sometimes, I get discouraged because I am very much of a dreamer while we live in a very desperate world that is bent on killing human dreams. It just makes me sad too, to see how little young people have dreams and desires to accomplish great things, and stand against the tide of evil and sin in the world and walk in righteousness with God.
But I especially loved this part of your post We believe that no miracle is beyond His ability, and we also believe that He is just as willing to work them for us today as He was to work them in Bible times. Thank you for writing this, Schuyler, it was so inspiring to read, and something I needed to hear today as I've been a little low.
God bless you, dear sister. I'm so glad it was an encouragment to you, Joy! It's as Samwise Gamgee says: Even darkness must pass.