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Dreams are never far away for those who refuse to give up.
The key to reaching your dreams.
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What is the key to your dreams?
Older quotations are often the best!
wise man, Saint Francis.
I love these spirit journal pages you are doing. So inspiring! I love St. Francis!! Here’s to doing the impossible!
Cheers to that!
Taking the first step. They always seem to be the hardest.
Yes, they are. But those that follow are well worth the journey.
Love the quote. Love your spirit journal. Very inspiring. My dreams are mostly scarey, terrifying sometmes. Most of the time I dream, I wake myself up because I’m so upset! This used to happen occasionally over the years, but since my husband died, it happens all too frequently! When I have a really nice dream, I try to savor it and think about it during the next day.
Focus on those good dreams. They will bring you joy time and time again (especially when you need it most).
LOVE the dream key. Where did you get it?
It came in a set from either 7 Gypsies or Jim Holtz.
I found them at a local craft store but I can’t remember if it was JoAnn’s or Hobby Lobby.
We have a new Hobby Lobby. I shall check it out!
I felt that way about blogging before taking the leap!
A beautiful page and a great quote. Your sense of design and color really sparkles with your Spirit Journal.
I love playing with such bright colors! Usually I like muted tones, so it was a nice departure.
Very inspiring, and so true!
Assisi is the man!:-)
Lovely paper and embellishments to go with a great quote.
Thanks! I love the red – I hardly ever work with the color, but this project just screamed for it!
I hope this is true!! I fee like I’ve been doing the necessary for a very long time…!
Me, too! Lol!
Just what I needed to read this morning. : )
Its funny where your dreams can take you. I had a dream last night and one word kept flashing at me. The word was “wentworth” I didnt understand it and so I tried analysing it by separating the two words and didnt get very far. I then looked it up on wiki and got a town in NSW (Australia) which I didnt feel had any meaning to me. It was not until I decided to just put the word “wentworth” in the google search engine that I found this page. The quote by Saint Francis of Assisi is what I needed to see. Thank you
I’m so glad a little twist of fate brought you here and gave you exactly what you needed!
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