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Thursday, June 26, 2014
Why You Should Wish Upon A Star
WHY YOU SHOULD WISH UPON A STAR
"If your heart is in your dreams, no request is too extreme… when you wish upon a star, your dreams come true." -Disney's Pinnocchio
This lyric comes with two basic assumptions: 1. That you have dreams and value them. 2. That you are capable of putting your whole heart into wishing and working for them!
One of my new favorite things to do is a web search about something out of the ordinary, like the value of wishing on a star. It's my own version of crowdsourcing for interesting new (or old) ideas.
Here's what I found when I searched for "wishing on a star":
Wagner.edu highlights stories of women and men in our world today who "wished upon a star" and worked hard to make their dreams come to be. There are some great stories here, truly inspiring!
There's also a step by step technique out there! This simple, cartoon embedded article in thewikiHOW outlines how to wish upon a star. included are some little tips like:
If you make a wish, never tell anyone what the wish is!
Always close your eyes, and think really hard when you are making your wish.
Sometimes, wishes need help, in order for them to come true. Help your wish come true by actually doing things. If you are wishing for a really good friend, try to find a friend when you are at a party, or in the park.
Then I asked myself, what's a person actually doing when he or she wishes upon a star? Wishing is really a form of asking, asking the universe to help you turn your dreams into reality. Asking for help in this way requires humility, belief and love. You have to love your idea or wish enough to be willing to ask for it, and love yourself enough to believe you can have that dream. Then you have to keep your attention on that wish and do whatever it takes to help it along.
What do you secretly wish for? Tonight (or on the next clear night), go outside, find that star, then close your eyes, open your heart, and wish.
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