Don’t Block Your Own Dream


We wake up all excited.

We Dream

We put into practise our dream.

Full steam ahead.

We did it

We are excited.

We are happy.

We are eager to see result.



Then nothing happens.

The silence…


We doubt it.

We loose hope.

Will it happen.

Is it a false dream.

Should I dream it.

But, I can taste it and I can feel.

Should I continue to dream it.

Should I continue to go for it?


Will it come true.

We affirm, we manifest, we hope, we believe and we give it a go.

We feel embarrassed all by ourself.

We lose hope

We gain hope

We try again

We lose hope

We gain hope

We try again.

Don’t let your doubt block you from your dreams. For you don’t know how close you are to achieving it. Keep going. And may be you just have to employ blind, even stubborn determination. Don’t block your own dreams that you have started and started again. You just don’t know how close you are to making it. Keep dreaming and keep taking baby steps to make it happen. Even if there is silence, keep going on. Give it a good go. Give it a good sensible goal. If you are pouring money down the drain and a lot of it, then may you need to let go of the dream, or change the plan. But, if your expenditure is reasonable and not too much, then it might be a matter of time, effort, resilience and steadily moving forward with baby steps.

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11 replies

  1. Awesome blog and great illustration!

    It reminds me of the “Acres of Diamonds” speech by Russell Conwell, founder of Temple University. His speech was given over 5000 times in the early 1900s.

    It’s an AMAZING and worthwhile read 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

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