Thanks to Lisa Frank, I grew up an avid believer in unicorns. She also had me under the impression that cats and dogs could, in fact, get married and have puppies and kittens together.
No. My point is, despite never actually seeing a unicorn I believed in them. And that their shiny iridescent horns held some magical powers.
I'm taking it back to the age old saying/ thought process/ state of mind that seeing isn't always believing.
I don't think so. I've been blessed with getting practically every thing I've ever wanted- eventually. Now I'm not saying I've been given handouts. But one way or another my life has worked itself out to give me the things that I need and want at one point or another. Maybe not immediately, but eventually things work out.
I need a job. I need to decide where to live. What do to with my future.
And I need to remember to believe... that things will work themselves out... like they always do.
Sometimes we just have to believe in unicorns.
Are you a believer? Or do you at least believe in unicorns?