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Before reading my story, watch this video of how one uncle’s gift spurred on a child’s dream. Who inspires you to fulfill your dreams?
I have this amazing dream and passion to be a writer. It is what I have always wanted to do, but just never stepped out and started doing it — until this year. It has taken me so long to actually get myself in gear and start writing.
I was always afraid of not having a support system, or that our family would suffer if I quit my job and did the only thing that I felt was worthy of pursuing.
But you see — I have this wonderul person behind me, spurring me on, encouraging me to go just go for it and pursue my passions and my dreams. He has believed with me that I can do this, he has prayed with me, and all the while, he has been in my corner, cheering me on with each chapter that I write.
That amazing person is my husband.
He pretty much is the best cheerleader I have ever had — he and my kids. There is nothing like having your kids and your husband stand behind your dreams, inspiring you to complete them with everything in you.
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Who in your family inspires you? CHeck out this video called My Uncle’s Gift. The “My Uncle’s Gift” video tells the story of how a young boy’s dream to be a filmmaker was inspired by a gift from his uncle.
About Keep Going Good
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