I Am Scared to Follow My Dreams

I am Scared to Follow My Dreams
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Let’s get serious. Right now you’re at the crossroads. You are about to act on the biggest decision of your life and you hope to Daddy God that it isn’t a mistake.

This is the biggest move you will ever make. If you fail, not only will it be embarrassing for you but it would feel like the biggest disappointment in your life. Today you are respecting Daddy God’s wishes and going to make your dreams come true. Or at least head toward them.

Some of you want to be actors, dancers, musicians, philanthropists, models, wrestlers, UFC champions and more. Some of you dream of the days you can be a well-known artist, ballerina, mother or father, athlete or scientist. It takes a bold move to start your dream.

It takes a bold move to start your dream.

School may be your next step in life. You may need to move to Seattle or drop a bunch of friends. You may have to completely trust someone and marry them. All these things can completely scare the poop out of you. Can you imagine if you marry this man and it doesn’t work

Can you imagine if you marry this man and it doesn’t work out? What if you move to New York City and never find an apartment? What if school is too hard or expensive?

Do not ever doubt your dreams. Daddy God placed these dreams inside of you from the beginning of time and it’s our duty to follow them. Unfortunately, there are people with a fear or lack of knowledge so strong that they never make their moves. It is said that graveyards are where you can find the cures for diseases that were never discovered. You can find the music that was never written and you will find the books that were never written.

Daddy God placed these dreams inside of you from the beginning of time and it’s our duty to follow them. Unfortunately, there are people with a fear or lack of knowledge so strong that they never make their moves. It is said that graveyards are where you can find the cures for diseases that were never discovered. You can find the music that was never written and you will find the books that were never written.

It is said that graveyards are where you can find the cures for diseases that were never discovered. You can find the music that was never written and you will find the books that were never published.

We can’t let this happen to you.

It’s easy to live a safe life and work a 40-hour salary job and raise your family off of that safe income. Can you really live every day knowing that you were supposed to be a professional basketball player? Can you live every day knowing you were supposed to form a crew and audition for ABDC?

Now, some people are meant to live that life. They’re meant to influence their local communities and their families. I’m talking to the people who were meant to touch the lives of thousands or millions of people.

Keep in mind that the people you see on the big screen each had to sacrifice something. Each had to work and make decisions. Kim Kardashian was Paris Hilton’s assistant. Michael Jordon practiced everyday shooting hoops. Bboy Cloud dances every day for hours. Some of these people took 10 years to get famous or to become professionals at what they do.

But they all gave it their all and did something toward their goal every day. They never gave up, and to this day they remember their humble beginnings and keep trying to be the best at what they do every day.

They keep reinventing themselves and challenge themselves to be better and be the best in their career fields. But they’ve had this mentality to trust in the dream placed in their heart since they were young. They never doubted they were able to accomplish their goals because they knew that they were the only person who could deliver their dream.

Don’t ever underestimate what Daddy God has given you. Go for it. You can’t fail. He won’t let you fail. Believe it!

Yessenia Diaz has a background in graphic and web design but is also intrigued by writing and teaching. Yessenia created Tru.Works as an outlet for all her talents and continues collecting stories from around the world to share with people all across the interweb. Follow Yessenia on Instagram and her favorite, Twitter, @ythegreatdiaz.

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