It Just Won’t

I can’t believe anything in to being.

I have to

Make it

Do it

Grow it

Build it

Whatever it.


Believing it will happen


It just won’t.

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33 thoughts on “It Just Won’t

  1. Yep, wishing and hoping won’t get you nothing.


  2. Paul says:

    True Story.


  3. Mustang says:

    Belief is important, but action is more so.


  4. agwnowb says:

    Love it Colleen. I’m back again, but not an angel any more. Still from Kentucky though. My new blog is reflectionsonlife281 if you want to check it out — the usual http in front of course. Hugs, Angie


  5. Ocean Bream says:

    Hard work coupled with motivation is what’ll get us places. (I say this as I sweat it out at the gym and then come home to eat a bag of M&Ms lol). This was a wonderfully uplifting and motivating little piece, Colleen. I like the rhythm of ‘Make it, Do it, Grow it, Build it’. That’s the spirit!


  6. That is so true! It takes more than brain muscle! It takes physical muscle too. 🙂


  7. April says:

    Believing in yourself that you can accomplish what you want is important. It sure makes the work it takes to get what you want a lot easier. 🙂


  8. Actions speak… I agree with you. Well said. 🙂


  9. So true Colleen! We can dream all we want but actions are what it takes!


  10. To your important words, Colleen, there must be a combination or blend of intention, action AND self-belief. They are not highly effective stand-alone efforts, however, collectively they can yield amazing outcomes. 🙂 Good thought and action prompting!


  11. reocochran says:

    I still make wishes and see chances in life without anything but belief in them. Sometimes silly, but that is my being hopeful romantic.


    • Oh I think being wishful and having dreams is wonderful. I think it is in part what motivates our creativity. Nothing wrong with being hopeful and romantic. 🙂

      It’s the things we must do for ourselves that we can’t wish into being.


  12. ksbeth says:

    absolutely right


  13. niaaeryn says:

    I at times find that when I let go thjng happen better than I planned. And them other times, exactly this.


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