Chance Chat #32: Proof

This week I’m telling you straight out: I don’t agree with this statement.

Proof

Goose Bumps are a great sign, but I don’t think they should be the deciding sign. If you declare “I want to be a Doctor” maybe you should look into the details of what that will entail. There might be other ways to help people or be involved in medicine without spending a million years in school.

I believe in taking steps towards success.

I believe in being open to the future.

I believe in mystery.

There are things that I want, but I’m open to those things changing as life changes.

Do you agree? Can blind faith be enough to sustain you?

4 thoughts on “Chance Chat #32: Proof

  1. Blind faith wouldn’t do it for me…I’m a planner. I’m all about chasing dreams, but at the same time you have to be realistic about what it will take to get there and then decide if it’s something you still want.

    • Exactly! I’m not saying you can’t achieve your dreams, I’m just saying….I’ve got a lot of dreams, and they compete with my resources, so I have to work towards them and be open to changes.

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