A Flying Lesson from
What was your 'big girl' or 'big boy' dream when you were little?
Did you dream of being a teacher? A superhero? A princess? Did your dream come true?
My six year old dream was to fly....but not in an airplane.
I wanted to fly like magical Mary Poppins
Surely a windy, Midwestern day and mom's umbrella could take me where I wanted to go.
SLAM went the screen door.
POP went the umbrella.
OH NO – Away I go!
I hung onto the umbrella for dear life.
Up, up and away I began to go to the very tip of my tippy toes.
Guess what happened?
I got scared.
I pulled down the umbrella with all my might.
My feet became firmly planted on the ground.
Slam went the screen door.
Safe and sound in my corner of the world....
Whew went this little girl.
Today, I think about that exciting adventure and wonder....
Can dreams come true if we aren't afraid to fly?
Reflect on these questions:
- What is my 'big girl' or 'big boy' dream?
- Where do I want to go?
- Do I focus on “I can't...” or “How can I...”
- Am I afraid to fly?
Face your fear and dream big. Don't miss the adventure God has in store for you!
Lori Boruff believes in the power of hope because she experiences it. Personal 9/11's once caused her to see only hopeless ends until she discovered the secret to ENDLESS HOPE. As a Hope coach, Lori speaks at over 40 womens' events a year but dreams of reaching thousands around the world by producing and hosting her internet radio show Hope101.net - How to live a hope-FULL life launching in January 2011.
Helping others live life on purpose motivates Lori to step out of her comfort zone and dream big for God. Whether freelance writing, polishing her first book, promoting a Holocaust writing project for children or directing a local writers' group - Lori is answering her God-given call to write.
She married her sweetheart 30 years ago and they live in
. They've raised two sons and are proud the young men help others through military and community service. The way-to-young-to-be-a-grandma loves play days and afternoon naps with her three year old grandson. Aledo, IL
On the silly side of life, Lori lets bathtime bubbles wash her troubles away and chocolate be her friend.
If Hope is like oxygen to the lungs and you have no hope - are you really living? Let Lori help you breathe deeply into the life God wants you to live.