Someone shared the following concept with me today that I understand came from a Navy Seal.
Everyone has a frontline in their life.
Your front line is the place where your hopes and dreams come up against the realities you are confronted with in life.
I am there.
The synchronicity of life never ceases to amaze me. I was struck by blog about the relationship between one’s dreams and reality because just yesterday I was listening to NPR and heard a statement that touched me so much that as soon as I got home I immediately wrote it down. Belva Davis who is the first black female TV reporter on the west coast said in the NPR interview that a statement she once wrote got her through a lot of hard times in her life and she wished to pass it along to everyone who dreams of being more than what people expect them to be. The saying is – Don’t be afraid of the space between your dreams and reality. She encouraged people to hold onto that idea as she did, continue to move forward and leave the baggage behind. I think the unified field is trying to tell me something! Time to make the dream reality!
Im confronted with a frontline for the past couple of weeks.