by Randy Gage
Most (not all of us) have eyesight. And we can see a certain distance. And that distance can be increased with eyeglasses or contact lens. But there is something that magnifies it even more…
Because faith expands your vision. It allows you to create a new and bolder vision of what can actually be. Your vision stretches you, reassures you, and even challenges you. Your vision calls you to greatness, and then pulls you toward that greatness. Even those with no eyesight can have vision.
Your faith creates the vision. You vision attracts you. And then your faith returns to bring it home.
Ain’t it great!
P.S. For those of you keeping score at home: this is my 900th post here! Am I getting paid by the hour for this?
Paid by the hour? Likely given that this blog is a direct portal to the success store. This blog is some of the best education I've ever received.
....I forgot to mention:
I just had the "you need a vision" conversation YESTERDAY (in parallel when you wrote your BLOG-post) with a friend of mine who is Lori Elgin and whom I am visiting.
Your topic AGAIN was just in time!!
Love your timing -
Congrats on your 900th post!
Build the habit of trusting to develop your vision. Believe less in appearances and more in your vision...and the fact that a kind, loving, gentle Universe grows your vision in each moment, independent of appearances.
I take 5 to 10 minute breaks each working hour. I either meditate, pencil details into my vision or simply go for a walk.
The break helps me let go and trust. Helps my ego get out of the way. Helps me realize a Bigger, Infinite force works on my behalf at all times, and I need not slave, strain or strive to bring my vision into reality.
Trying to will your vision, with endless work, into reality is like trying to force the run to rise.
Let go. See your dreams. Step away from work/play. Trust. Prosper.
Great post, Randy! People sometimes confuse faith with hope. Hope is good, but hope is frequently based on a belief that what you want will probably not happen (but you'll hope anyway). Faith, on the other hand, is based on a belief that what you want probably WILL happen, even though there's no evidence for it.
"Your faith creates the vision. You vision attracts you. And then your faith returns to bring it home." I like that! Thanks!