When Dreams Take A Detour

We all have our own dreams. These inspire us to become our best, in pursuit of what we think would make us whole and complete.😊

However, as we age, sometimes we are led to the roads less taken —not exactly where we envisioned ourselves to be.πŸ™‚

Welcome to the detour: your quarterly (or mid) life crisis when you begin to re-evaluate yourself and your dreams and aspirations.

In the process of doing so, sometimes you tend to be too hard on yourself. You tend to blame yourself for not yet being able to achieve your goals, not being fast enough, not being good enough. You have a lot of issues and you begin to doubt yourself whether you are worthy of your elusive dream or not.πŸ˜”

Let me tell you this though: you are exactly where you are meant to be now. So give yourself a break. You don’t need to burden yourself by over analyzing. πŸ™πŸ»

The crossroad is meant for you to take a step back and revisit your core values. It is meant to question your set of beliefs and affect your behavior.

Call it recalibrating, perhaps?πŸ˜‚

However though, it’s ok to have a change of heart. At any given point in time to be exact. No one can tell you otherwise.πŸ’«

Consider this: maybe things aren’t happening the way you want them to simply because you’re meant to have something far better.

When you stop looking at closed doors, new opportunities open up to you. And you can still continue on with your new dream. 😊

It’s ok to pause. To reflect. To embark on a new journey. You can always turn left because it feels right.☝🏻

It’s ok to be what you’re meant to be.❀️

Dream detours, after all, are blessings in disguise.πŸ™πŸ»

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