So today, I had a vision of my future that was so powerful, it scared me.  It was at a moment where my mind was totally clear and free.  That is rare for me, a lot of times I am in front of the computer or listening to something that has my mind utterly on ADD mode.  However, today I turned the radio off and let my mind be at ease that allowed the vision to come full circle in my mind.

Then as usual, I thought of everyone else.  How many of us have ideas so great it scares us?  We are excited in the moment, right?  Next thing you know we are worrying about our resources, what we don’t have, why our vision will never be etc…etc.  So our vision that had us all excited in the morning by night fall our vision becomes a burden, a brickwall of sorts.
The brickwall represents other people who don’t believe in your vision.  The brickwall represents your own negative thoughts.  The brickwall represents whatever stops you from going forward.

This vision I had was nothing new, I had the same vision periodically throughout my life and ran into the brickwall every time.  Today was different though, today there was a brick wall starting to build itself and I demolished it!  I became a wrecking ball.  Yep, the vision had scared me so much that I knew if I didn’t follow through, my life would never be the same.  So I am in follow through mode!

I say all this to say, believe in your vision.  Believe in your purpose!  Don’t just believe…act.. and if that brick wall comes.. be a wrecking ball!

Peace & Love

Valencia Griffin-Wallace

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As a wife, mother, business owner, and new vegetarian, I aim to help others to grow outside their comfort zone. I'm one of those people who knows a little about a lot and want to share it. I am a straight, no holds barred type of person. I give real advice and tips using my own life as an open book of experience for others. "Anyone who has never made a mistake, has never tried anything new" -Albert Einstein