Supaman Reminds Me to Cultivate the Dream

“I don’t know what your destiny will be, but one thing I know: the only ones among you who will be really happy are those who have sought and found how to serve.”
Albert Schweitzer

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The dream that nudges, tugs and sometimes begs to be heard inside of us, deserves to be realized. It is our most important gift to the world. It is the dream that helps us find ourselves through service to others.

Some seem to be lucky, born with a clear vision of their dream, needing only to fine tune their call to service. Others, like me, may have had an early sense of guiding principles, yet the voice inside was barely a whisper. That voice has grown stronger over the years by listening to and living those guiding principles, and being open to the sometimes messy way of finding my place.

 Those sparks of passion and inspiration are the seeds of change that so desperately need to be cultivated to save ourselves from ourselves and feed the world with consciousness, joy, compassion and healing. There is no time like the present to embrace who we are and gift the world with our unique work.

 

Frida Frida Kahlo

 

 

Margaret Margaret Mead


Susan and Elizabeth Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony

The last pictures will be ours. All of us, doing the thing we love that truly leaves the world a better place.

I know I am adding my name.

1-IMG_5445 Denise Arrell-Rosenquist: A woman who will wake up each day and listen and create from the voice of her dreams.

 

 

 

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