Urging you forward - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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urge (one) forward
To prompt, compel, or encourage one to move forward or decide to do something. I was hesitant to testify, but my wife urged me forward. Every time we paused to rest, the officers urged us forward.
urge someone forward
to encourage someone to move forward. The generals urged the troops forward. Sally urged Timmy forward into the classroom.
References in periodicals archive
The Universe is urging you forward
and going on a fun trip will provide you with a wonderful lift to your spirits.
"I try to comfort myself with the first-person accounts I've heard of those who die on operating tables and come back: the light, the warmth, and the surge of love from one's dead ancestors urging you forward
You will do anything to break out of your cycle - it's as if the universe is urging you forward
. Go after your dreams without asking for anyone else's permission.
The universe is urging you forwards
. Breaking away from a restrictive situation will be a relief.