Each and every one of us was given a special gift, talent, or as some would call it, magic to share with the universe. Many times we allow life and it’s many pressures to distract us from sharing our magic with the world. You may be thinking, I don’t have a talent or gift. But the truth is we all have something special that we can share with others.
Perhaps, you always wanted to start your own clothing line, or make a demo, pursue acting, open up a day care, buy a food truck, start a fitness class… I mean any dream can materialize into something magical if you just have enough faith to get started. I once heard someone say, “You want to find the place with the most dreams buried? Visit a cemetery.” So morbid, I know. But how many people live their whole lives wondering “what if?” They wonder until the day it becomes too late and realize that they never got the chance to share their magic.
Even if you feel that you don’t have a special talent, you were created with a purpose. Your existence is an integral part of the universe. I strongly believe that we all have something to offer. Sometimes, your presence alone is what someone else needs in their lives. Did you know that therapists spend most is their time listening? I mean their whole job is really to be present as someone else pours out their soul and then guide their patient to an answer that they probably already knew, but couldn’t seem to admit. Seems so simple, doesn’t it? But therapist serve such an important role in people’s lives and their job starts by being present. They go through years of training to hone in on their listening skills and to help patients find their truth. Turns out to be one of the most fulfilling careers.
Doesn’t matter how insignificant you think your skill is, the world needs to see your magic. Your existence could be the very thing that someone else needs to live a happier life. Your dreams are a gift to the world. Don’t let time slip from your hands, dare to dream, dare to believe, and watch your essence magically change the world.
Written by Guest Blogger:
Carol J Archaga