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Friday, June 5, 2009

When dreams die


Tending the garden of the heart - Day 52


Our first set of broccoli seedlings died and we had to start a new set. I think they were probably waterlogged. The second set is doing really well and we've thinned them out and set them out in flower boxes. We're really looking forward to a good broccoli harvest.

What of your dreams? Have some of them or many of them died? You can begin to dream again and allow those dreams to come into reality. As long as you desire to manifest your dreams and take action in the direction to activate your belief you could bring your dream to life.

We examined why our broccolis didn't survive and made the necessary adjustments for the next set; giving them less water, put them in a warmer more sunny area.

It's not over when there's disappointment or even failure. As long as you're willing to examine where you went wrong and make the necessary adjustments, always ready to learn and make changes, victory will be within your grasp.

3 comments:

  1. I guess it is good for some dreams to die if they weren't God's Will. The best prayer to pray is "Your will be done, Your kingdom come, on earth as it is in heaven."

    Blessings!
    Beth

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  2. Yes how true,I enjoyed your post!
    Numbers 6:24~26

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  3. Thanks for the comment. But the best part is that we take comfort in knowing that if our dreams die that God always has a better plan up ahead. Exceedingly abundantly all that we can ask, think or even imagine.

    Bless you.

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