Happy New & Old & In Between


Be fearless with your dreams.

Sometimes it’s absolutely essential to dream of things far, far beyond our wildest imagination. Dreams so wild that even the thought of them coming true makes the sleepiest of butterflies in our stomachs flutter their wings and stir us from inside.

Dreams that make our heart pound so hard inside of our chest that we awake, suddenly remembering how alive we are and how much we actually yearn of meeting our hearts longing. No dream is worth fighting for unless it awakens in us a yearning to live, to dance, to throw caution to the wind and step right into the unknown.

Don’t be careful what you wish for.

Ask for everything you want and watch your life unfold in glorious magnificence, butterflies and hearts and dreams together as one.

Don’t be careful what you wish for.

May your dreams be wild… And may they all come true.

~Rachel Brathen

may our dreams come true……and when they don’t always come true, may we find the gifts within our losses…..may our intentions call us to be our best selves……..may we be imperfect and whole…..

Who are you? said the Caterpillar.

This was not an encouraging opening for a conversation. Alice replied, rather shyly, I, I hardly know. Sir, just at present– at least I know who I was when I got up this morning, but I think I must have changed several times since then.  ~Lewis Carroll

honoring all of our hopes

There is a crack, a crack in everything

That’s how the light gets in.

~Leonard Cohen

6 thoughts on “Happy New & Old & In Between

  1. Why there are times I believed as many as seven impossible things before breakfast! – Lewis Carrol, Alice in Wonderland … May you have a Happy and Blessed New Year!

  2. May our dreams come true and when they don’t always come true, may we find the gift in our losses
    May our intentions call us to be our best selves.
    May we be imperfect and whole.

    Beautiful and realistic both! You captured life’s paradox. Wonderful. A blessing this New Year’s morning as I struggle with the flu. Thank you. Believing in blessings for you in this new year, the kind that can come in both the good and the difficult times.

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