Finding this article while researching something else is serendipitous indeed.
I feel extremely lucky that so many of my dreams come true.
Like waking up alive.
Lately *AHEM* I've felt like I might be on the wrong tracks or that I've derailed completely, living in denial that a derailment could have happened. Not me. No way. I see tracks somewhere under those overgrown weeds.
Feeling lost, confused and bewildered I stumbled into this article. I think it was meant for me to find it right now.
After carefully reading it, I do feel like I am indeed on the right tracks, covered in overgrown weeds, in a lonely desolate area of frightening hairpin turns and steep mountains that go up and down sharply, requiring my locomotion to slow way down in order to navigate with prudent care to stay on those bemusing tracks.
I wake up alive and feel like I am "living the dream" but oh there is so much work to be done. Chug, chug, chug, I think I can said the little train... But somebody has to stoke the fire, prime the steam, persevere over that mountain. Little old me dwarfed by the big pile of wood.
I needed a shove, a small confirmation that I was on the train tracks after all and not derailed. Amazingly this article magically appeared. Splitting all that wood to stoke that fire, seems worth it. I'll either get this train over that mountain or huff and puff and blow a lot of smoke trying.
10 Reasons Why Those Who Follow Their Dreams Lead The Best Lives
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