Don’t Burst My Bubble **Danielle**

Doing this Radical 7 journey has caused me to look at everyday things as a way to be radical, from trying a new task to watching a television show. This Friday, I relaxed after a day of being at Special Olympics. I always like to unwind by watching a good cartoon movie–On was BOLT. I love BOLT’ S storyline–This TV dog, who had never been outside in the real world and surrounded by cameras and special effects, comes to find our that he is just a regular dog. However, he comes to realize that even though he doesn’t  have superpowers, he is still able to make a difference.

What if we weren’t limited by our fears and doubts? At first, I felt sad for Bolt because his whole life was scripted but then my radical brain started to work. There are so many fears and doubt that are put in our spirit by outside forces–where we think we should be compared to our fellow man, and inside forces–not being where we thought we should be at a certain age.

So, here’s a radical idea: Instead of allowing inside and outside fear lead us, we put ourselves in a faithful, fearless bubble making bold moves in the name of the Lord.

Still Pushing,

Dani G.

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  1. #1 by Venus on May 18, 2013 - 7:10 pm

    Hey Dani! I’m happy to see a post from you! I loved how you shared the story of Bolt & related it to real life. Great post!

  2. #2 by Renee N. Smith on May 20, 2013 - 4:13 pm

    Sometimes the only time we think about failing is when someone else mentions the negative outcome to us. I love how you incorporated something as simple as a movie to explain a complex issue. I believe that God can use almost anything to get our attention.

  3. #3 by starsinhereye on May 21, 2013 - 1:16 am

    We never know what we can do till we get out there! Love that you just keep pushing!
    Just keep pushing, pushing, pushing *Dory voice*
    ~Audrey

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