I used to be very sensitive about my dreams. If I told a person about them, I would want them to believe me.
I remember when I first told my best friends about my dreams about my future husband. One of them believed me and the other two didn’t. I was sad that they didn’t believe me. It turned into a heated discussion and it was on my birthday. At that point in my life, I wanted them to believe me and support me. I realize that I wanted that at the time. I was really grateful that the one friend believed me because that gave me the strength to go after my dreams.
Now I don’t need anybody to believe in my dreams. As long as I do then it doesn’t matter if anyone else does.
Last week at work, I ended up telling two people about my future husband and they were happy for me.
I’m more open with telling people about my dreams because I realize that my dreams don’t need to be believed by anyone but myself.
Tonight when I was eating dinner with my family, I told my parents about the cruise that I’m going on. I told them who was going to be performing on the cruise. My dad asked if I was going to try to meet one of the performers. I didn’t answer. I realized in that moment that my parents don’t believe in my dreams about my future husband. I wasn’t sad or mad in that moment. I didn’t even tell them that my dreams have still be going on about my future husband. I don’t believe that God or the Universe would lie to me for 8 years and lead me on a wild goose chase.
I’ve had a lot of people tell me that I’m focusing on the wrong person and that my dreams are just dreams. I realize that no one has experienced what I’ve been through. I could tell some people about my dreams and the signs and they still wouldn’t believe. It’s not my job to try to convince anyone.
I’m honored that God chose me. I think my future husband is intelligent, handsome, and an overall great person. Even if my parents don’t want to meet him or talk to him, then they are the ones that are going to lose out on knowing a great man.
I don’t know when this change happened, but I don’t need anyone to believe in my dreams.