What happens when you’ve finished? You know? When there was something that you set out to do, you dreamed a dream; you set a goal; you did the work, and then, just like that, you were done. What next?

Three years ago, I started working on a book entitled: A Fisherman’s Tale. It was a work of love. Mostly. I only wrote while I was on board a ship, and on the last sea day of this year’s cruise, I finished. Well, mostly finished. I finished the fun part, the creative part. Now it’s the grinding part. The proofreading, the rewriting, the publishing, and the marketing. 
When you create something, whether it be a piece of art, a piece of music, a piece of literature or a piece of furniture you take something that already existed as an idea and a dream, and you breathe creative life into it with your effort and your work.

I discovered years ago that a dream without effort usually remains a dream.

What dreams has God given you? Dreams for your family? Dreams for your future? Dreams for a closer walk with God?
The seeds are already there in your dreams. What are you willing to do to make them a reality?

Have a great week and remember: To see what is really possible, you will have to attempt the impossible.

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