I recently read an article on the importance of dreaming for the impossible.
It’s so easy to get caught up in what we can and can’t accomplish. It’s easy to think it’s all up to us. And, when we are in that frame of mind, it’s no wonder that our dreams look impossible.
I am currently faced with a few impossible dreams.
They seem so far out of reach.
I’ve been told they aren’t feasible.
Earlier this week, I was ready to give up on them. Then I read a simple, short article reminding me that I need to give my dreams up to God.
I need to trust in Him.
I need to ask for assistance.
I need to rely on someone other than myself.
Now, I’m giving it a second thought.
I think I’m going to try.
I think I’m going to dream.
I think I’m going to give it up to God, and dream for the impossible. As Don Quixote sings in The Impossible Dream from Man of La Mancha, “This is my quest, to follow that star, no matter how hopeless, no matter how far.”
No matter how hopeless it may seem, I’m going to try to dream for the impossible.
I’m going to try to look to God.
And trust in Him.