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September 11, 2017
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Getting that through your brain will be one of the hardest things you’ll ever do, but WHEN you do embrace the truth behind this statement, a door will open. And behind that door you’ll see that much of what you’ve gleaned from life is faulty information. As kids, we learn about cause and effect very quickly. Babies that cry understand that by releasing this sound parents will pacify their needs. Cause. And. Effect. So its easy for us to grow in this concept of one thing being “hinged” on another. What goes up, must come down. Or you get out, what you put in. Cause. And. Effect. But the cause of dreams is a mystery. Why? Because its a gift. A gift from God. Not only that, the cause is not nearly as important as its affect on Y-O-U! One affect. Challenging your reliance on things you don’t have, specifically money. No one who’s ever had a dream immediately thought it possible to accomplish in his/her own strength and resources. Yet, somehow, money is usually the first thing we think about in terms of accomplishing our dreams. We know we don’t have it. We know we need it. And “not having” very quickly becomes hinged on “accomplishment”. I don’t have so I can’t do. Cause. And. Effect.

 

Dreams don’t exist in the realm of these rules. Dreamers don’t either. What does exist is far more valuable than money, and you’ve got lots of it. As much as you need in fact. And what you don’t have you can cultivate, grow, sharpen, and strengthen. Its faith. Simple as that. Faith makes you get up, try, and try again. Faith makes you build from nothing, looking pass what you don’t have and focusing on all that you do. Right at your fingertips is a big ‘ol heaping pile of “faith”. Here’s the thing I love about faith, it can become whatever you want. Like God’s mystery substance that becomes whatever you need it be. How much more valuable to have faith? So here’s the plan. Keep dreaming, with or without money. Use faith to fill in the gaps. And look for ways to bring money in your world of dreams. Money’s useful, but not a requirement. Focus on Faith Dreamer!

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