Something I haven’t done in a while that I want to get back into doing is re-blogging posts I really enjoy reading and Sherina’s post Dreaming vs Doing definitely fits that category.
Based on structure alone it’s an amazing piece. It flows well, it’s passionate and contains a relevant, well explained example. On top of the impressive structure, the content itself was extremely enjoyable. Putting words into action has been something I’ve struggled with for a while and I couldn’t have written a better post on the matter. In all I just CAN’T fault it.
I HIGHLY recommend that you visit Sherina’s Blog and give her posts a read. I haven’t put in the time to read all of her posts, but each one I have I enjoyed as much as the last.
What is your dream in life? How much time per day—or even per week—do you spend working to make that dream a reality? And how much time you do spend dreaming about making it a reality?
If you’ve read some of my recent blog posts, you might know that I am mildly obsessed with the hip-hop musical Hamilton. My favourite song in Hamilton is Wait For It, although it wasn’t always my favourite. One day at school this year as the soundtrack played in the background of a particularly stressful moment, I realized that the lyrics of the song were telling me exactly what I needed to hear. Aaron Burr sings, “I am the one thing in life I can control. I am inimitable. I am an original. I’m not falling behind or running late. I’m not standing still. I am lying in wait.”
In that moment, Wait…
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