Do you dream?
When I ask this question I mean it in way of a dream to do something. I have a dream of having a jam session with Eric Clapton and Ry Cooder. Whether it happens or not doesn’t really matter, sort of. I practice my guitar and harmonica with the hope that one day, maybe just maybe, it will happen.
Do you Dream?
A friend said the other day that they had not had a dream for a long time, had been scared to dream for fear of being disappointed, and had forgotten how to dream. They are not going to be like this for much longer!
Do you dare to dream? What if it can true?
It has been said that if your dream doesn’t scare you it’s not big enough!
Do you day dream? At school I was always daydreaming! My dream then was to design and build the best sports car in the world. I still have the design in my head and it still looks amazing! Some of my school mates had other dreams, to run a marathon, another to become a famous author.
I still daydream today, although not all the time haha! I set aside time to dream, to “exercise” my imagination.
Holding on to your dreams lightly, I have found, is to be the best way. Dreams sometimes change and develop into other dreams. They sometimes have journeys all of their own. Living in a dream is living in a fantasy, not a good idea. A dream is only a plan without time limits, without goals. Living the dream is different. And that is achievable.
What is your dream? Is it achievable? What are you going to do about it?
Let me know below.