“Most of us do not live the lives that are possible… Our potentials are lost in the compromises we make with fear… Do not bargain, But conquer your fear!”

    Most of us do not live the lives that are possible…

Are you living the life you want to live?
Are you as successful as you want and need to be?

If you answer yes, be happy and please share with others how you achieved this.

If, No then why not?
What have you dreamed of and yet given up on? All of us make sacrifices of some of our desires and dreams, but unfortunately most of us give up even more then is necessary.

"
I dreamed a dream in time gone by
When hope was high
And life worth living
I dreamed that love would never die
I dreamed that God would be forgiving
Then I was young and unafraid
And dreams were made and used and wasted
There was no ransom to be paid
No song unsung, no wine untasted"

Copyright "The Play Le' Miserables"

What are your dreams, what were they 1, 5, 10, years ago?
List them for your self, let the memories flow…
Listen to the young woman or young man you were, re-dream your dreams.

Are some dreams unobtainable? Yes, I personally dreamed of FTL (Faster Then Light) and being on one of those flights across space and time, this is something I do not think will happen in my life time if it is possible. But even the unobtainable dreams help us, they become part of our persona if we allow them to, so that we can learn from them our truest selves. I cannot travel faster then light, but I can travel, and fast. I can speak to thousands even millions in seconds.

I also dream I could become a writer. And well I am not yet a Richard Bach, Frank Herbert, or Thomas Jefferson, I am a writer and I will continue to write and experience future success with such efforts. Why am I sure? because I refuse to compramise with fear!

    Our potentials are lost in the compromises we make with fear…

What do we give up? Do we stop trying or do we just ge lazy with the effort to become who we have the potential to be? God never created someone to be a failure, and he gave us all his tools. Should we make choices? Red pill or Blue Pill? yes we must choose our steps and sometimes it means deciding which dream to pursue, but this is far different then giving up on our dreams. We are responsible to choose our future, but we are not required to give up on our selves.

Our choices have consequences, each path has a destination, focus on the destination of your dreams and choose the roads that lead you home!

    Do not bargain, But conquer your fear!

And do not listen to those who do not believe in you! If you find someone nay saying you on your dreams and efforts, it is time to loose them.
Friends may not support all your dreams 100% but that is ok, as long as you do not hang around those who actively try to undermine your own belief in your future. Those are not friends, they are the enemies to hope and the partners to fear and most of the time they are speaking from there own fears.

“And the world will be better for this
That one man, scorned and covered with scars
Still strove with his last ounce of courage
To reach the unreachable star”

from MAN OF LA MANCHA (1972)

Dare to Dream!!!

Were excited and expecting the best is yet to come… Prove us right!

M. Emmett Townsend

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3 responses to ““Most of us do not live the lives that are possible… Our potentials are lost in the compromises we make with fear… Do not bargain, But conquer your fear!”

  1. Interesting thought, the way our subconscious mind always throws back a reason why we should or shouldn’t. I have found most of those fears are really not true. Just a figment from the past that detours our brain. something programed into us, trying to detour our success.
    The purpose of our lives is to give birth to the best which is within us.

    Marianne Williamson

  2. Great Post, I enjoy popping over here and reading your posts, very well thought out and organized.

    Keep up the great work!

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