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It's Never Too Late

Where did the myth originate that when you reach a certain age dreams age with you?

Where is it written that part of growing up, and growing old, is to settle in, stay locked in, and give in to a prescribed life even if a new dream is birthing.

But we tend to think about birthing and new ideas as they relate to our younger years.

Children imagine what they will be when the “grow up”, go to school, attend college, probably marry, have 2.5 kids, a dog, and a white picket fence.

While there’s n

othing wrong with that scenario (except the math on the children) it certainly doesn’t prevent someone, at any age, to dream a different dream or explore a new season in life.

Life is seasonal, after all.

The number of years someone has lived doesn’t have to negate or hinder a new beginning.

It can actually augment it.

As long as you’re breathing, there’s more for you to do.

And it doesn’t have to look like it did ten years ago, five years ago, or even yesterday.

Don’t be afraid to step out into a new arena and trust God to help you navigate the uncharted territory.

It’s never too late.

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