Day 281 – Dreams come true

“It is pleasant to see dreams come true…” Proverbs 13:19a

(Well, it is! I always wanted to fly a balloon… I always thought of them as “magical”… We I decided to go back to Brazil I knew that this dream would have to come true here… So, I schedule the flight for like a month ago but it was raining and I could only reschedule for today. A friend of mine went with me and she was so scared, I was so tired and the forecast was showing rain and I must confess that I was accepting that fact that this dream would not come true… I had to call the pilot last night to confirm the flight and he said that the conditions were great… So, I woke up very early because we were about 40 min away and it was the sunrise flight but I was so discouraged and I pray to God something like show me i you want this to happen… Then I opened an daily devotional and the first thing I read is: “Dreams come true” and Proverbs 16:1. Well… I have no doubt that God wanted me to experience this… not only the amazing views, watching the sun rise from a higher level, feeling so serene and listening to the sound of the silence… but most of all, I think that He wanted me to know that dreams come true… And I needed the hear that… By the way, I had used Proverbs 16:1 before and I choose this other verse. Also, if you want to experience an surreal, serene, awe experience, go on an balloon flight!)

 

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About artbycamila

Hello! My name is Camila Silva. I'm currently living in Brazil where I study visual arts. View all posts by artbycamila

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