How do you imagine your life in 2020?

Each one of us is born with the power of imagination. As a young child, I used my imagination to pretend and play. As I matured, I became more intentional about finding ways and making time to be playful. Now I use my imagination to be creative and resourceful as I create my ideal life.
If faced with a problem or obstacle, I turn within to my creative mind to envision new ideas and to picture positive outcomes instead of roadblocks. Using my imagination, I can identify options and possibilities I might not have thought of otherwise.
Today I use the power of my imagination to dream, create goals, and envision the coming year as the best yet in my life!

We look not at what can be seen but at what cannot be seen.—2 Corinthians 4:18

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