Determined Dream

Mandala- Feeling Alive! NFS

I watched Joyce Meyer  this morning and she talked about being relentless in going forward in your journey.  I know that faith in your dream can be elusive sometimes but not impossible because of you and me  taking action. It may take years and years but the lessons about ourselves and others are invaluable.  It isn’t the end of the journey but the journey itself that is rewarding.

I used to be a person that lamented this isn’t working and that isn’t working, but guess what?  Nothing works when I’m in that frame of mind.  So I mostly stopped   letting outside stuff  affect me.

Now each day is a lovely day and I am blessed with a wonderful spirit!  I can create! How wonder filled is that!

Author: lori landis art

Working in acrylic mostly on canvas with texture, writing, speaking and teaching adults to finding their creative selves. Spiritual endeavoring to explore the journey of painting and creativity using faith and hope. Now blossoming in new ideas and and new awareness.

5 thoughts

  1. Hello Lori, this is so very true. I find that continuing on the journey and allowing the muse to lead me down the paths I need encourages my life to continue in ways I never dreamed. I read somewhere recently that we often think we have to end journeys, and we often do that just when we are getting going. Mmmm, now isn’t that something to contemplate?

    I think it is so amazingly “wonder filled” when we can touch that part of our spirits which leads us to do what we are supposed to be doing. I am so glad you are supposed to be creating.

    Thank you for giving me so much more to contemplate. I love your insights!

  2. Lori,
    Thank you for this. Sometimes it’s difficult to be persistent and positive. We are human, after all. But the one constant is that through creative thought and expression we tap into the divine spirit which is always strong, loving and positive. Creativity always take me back to my center core and balance. (Don’t you just love Joyce Meyers and her way of telling it straightforward with humor!)

  3. Hi Renee, Yes, She is very good. My husband and I both like her straightforward approach. I know that you too are persistent and always positive. I’m teaching the elderhostel class for 5 days and get paid but today I was asked to stay overnight for it all with a room of my own plus all meals so I can visit with the 20 people that have signed up outside of the classroom and talk about mandalas and healing.

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