Sunday, April 29, 2012

X is for eXcalibur

Once upon a time there was a little girl who dreamt of being a ballerina...

Wrong story???

Anyway... She danced and danced and danced.... you get the point...

One day while she was dancing through the forest she came upon a giant rock with a sword sticking out of it.  It was very sparkly so she grabbed hold of the handle and removed it from it's stony prison.

The sword was so happy to be free that it granted her a wish...  What did she wish for?

If I told you, I would have to... you know...

My point is, we all have dreams, but sometimes it feels like we're dancing as hard as we can and we can't see an end in sight.  We need help.

The Word of God is called The Sword of the Spirit!
Excalibur was a legendary sword in a fantastic story.  The Sword of the Spirit IS the story!!!


Damyanti said...

"My point is, we all have dreams, but sometimes it feels like we're dancing as hard as we can and we can't see an end in sight."

So true.

Only the end might be nearer than we think.

Bree T Donovan said...

I have been feeling this way lately-especially about my dream of being a "writer."

Perhaps, like the dancer, we need to recognize that the happiness-the dream is in the dancing. The ability to do that which we love.

Everything else is icing!

Anonymous said...

Hi Cheryl! What a wonderful post. So true. Have a wonderful day!


Mary Aalgaard, Play off the Page said...

Ooo. I like this one. I could picture myself moving towards that sparkly sword. What will happen when I pull it out? Is it really for me? Am I the one?

Thanks for following my blog!

Play off the Page

Mary Aalgaard, Play off the Page said...

You have a very nice blog. I would suggest moving your followers badge closer to the top of the page so that people will see it and follow you.


The Golden Eagle said...

I think we've all been at that point of being unable to see the light at the end of the tunnel, so to speak, at some point.

michelle said...

Wonderful reflection...

I'm so glad that I can see the end of the A to Z tunnel... one more post to go... phew!

Daisy Carter said...

I have the prettiest picture of a girl in a pink tutu with a sparkly sword, and suddenly, she knows her purpose. Wouldn't that be a great story (hint hint)?

Cheryl Klarich said...

Damyanti, Wow! Thank you for that cool thought!

Bree, I love that! Prayers for your dream AND your journey!!

Thank you Susanne!!! BLess you. ((hugs))

Hi Mary!!! Yes!!! You are the one!! :) Thanks for the encouragement. I love your blog!

Hi Golden. It's funny how we can all relate to the "light at the end of the tunnel" feeling! I always enjoy your perspective!

Hi Michelle!! Thank you! Almost done!! It's been so much fun!

Daisy, you may be on to something!!! ;) Blessings!!

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