hey, daydreamers!

day 185

Your dreams don’t expire. As long as you’re breathing, you may have a million dreams.

It doesn’t need to be like the other person; it doesn’t need to be popular, listen to the inner voice. What does ignite your soul? What drives you bonkers and lifts your spirits? What does add value to other people that you like to do? What makes you crazy and gives you a dose of happiness? What compels you to look aimlessly up at the sky while telling yourself, “I want to do it badly but…”

Perhaps it’s picking up your instrument once more and listening to the music that lives inside of you. It can involve penning stories once more and looking through the stale poems in your cupboard. Perhaps it is having the will to return to school and get your old pen in spite of the struggles you are going through. Perhaps it’s as simple as loving every aspect of who you see in the mirror. Maybe it’s going after the person you love, despite the worries that are starting to sneak up on you. Perhaps it is looking after your little one, playing outside in the sunshine, and seeing her crawl until she can stand up for herself. Whatever those dreams inside your soul, shut the noise around, and give them a try.

Published by Merrel Ya

A lady who has been pondering her hope into Christ, inhaling His grace, and enjoying the beauty of life. Writing about life, asking God about “kuliglig sa kanyang dibdib.”

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Related Writings

silhouette photography of person

What is the measure of my days?

Let me know how fleeting I am.

I hate Mondays

When burn out hits you, it’s easier to complain than to be grateful.
woman sits on grass during dawn

Inhale His grace

“One touch of God’s favor can be more than a lifetime of labor, 50 years in the flesh doesn’t compare to 50 seconds working in the spirit” Rcsimon

Stepping out in Faith

Inhaling His grace and enjoying the beauty of life. Writing about life, asking God about “kuliglig sa kanyang dibdib.”

Meryl Ya

© Copyright 2017 / Merrel Ya / Website Design by Titus Jr Laxa

Let’s connect!