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October 9, 2017

I often ask my children what they want to be when they grow up.  I enjoy hearing their plethora of answers--some changing weekly.  I hear aspirations like, "I want to be a farmer".  "I want to be a Pastor.  "I want to make candy in a Candy Shop".   Lately, as my oldest daughter has reached her teens, her dreams have changed.  When my husband sweetly said to her, "Can you stay little forever?"  She flashed her beautiful, bright smile and said, "Then I would never be able to change the world."

Change the world.  That is often what we want to do, isn't it?  When we are little, we want to be someone great.  We want to do things that matter.  Even as we age, our desire to become someone important continues to grow and develop.  But sometimes, life gets in the way of our dreams.  We let those dreams lag behind us and soon we forget our dreams.  The mighty things that we wanted to achieve.  Finances, debt, health, kids, relationships--the dailiness of our liv...

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