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We started our #5for5BrainDump late, due to fog... and during the process - I had to laugh as the garbage truck came and made noise and.... anything that might have blocked people's focus happened. Such great metaphors! As always, we may write live and with the replay (see the replay below if you would like to write "almost live" and you may write separately as I did here. Below, the prompt - and then, my words - yes written in 5 minutes.
I remember the dream I had…. I would say “Someday I am going to….”
And pffft it disappeared.
So now, I will say it like this…
Last weekend I set out three important goals, significant ones - built upon my daily choices and actions due to those choices.
Three “this is where I want to be, #Moreofthatplease” moments tucked into the moment in time when I stated them. When I spoke out and breathed them into being in front of an audience of loving admirers.
I think this is important.
I am speaking my dream in front of yaysayers, ones who share my vision and who can see me there sometimes better than I can.
To enjoy the digital nomad lifestyle, to adventure along the rails for a month this summer bringing my message to “the people” whomever lines up to hear it.
My message of the world is waiting for your words.
My messages in my books – Dear Autism Mom (You are never alone. There is hope, love and community) and Uber Poetry in Fly Over America (Restoring Hope, One Ride at a Time) will shift those I meet positively.
I can feel that. This is my dream.
My dream to be in movies realized – and to win awards, realized, to be a Mommy, realized…. To be significant…. Realized.
Add to these increases daily, moment-by-moment. I say my dream like this – the ultimate: to play a part in positive world transformation. Revolution by the People. Loving one another without the spewing hate or hurtful, destructive words.
To understand and come alongside, build and lift up.
This only took five minutes and I feel like everything has changed.
(Because it has)
Julie Jordan Scott
is the founder and creator of 5For5BrainDump. She has been inspiring artistic rebirth since 1999.