says our dream worlds can't become our realities?
Who says that their version of reality has to become ours
as well? Who makes those "rules,"
anyway? And who says that our own dreams have to be
similar to those of other people in the world, including
more things, more money, more prestige and power?
Some people dream of simplicity and more free time, and
others dream of traveling, though not necessarily on jets
with a bunch of suitcases in tow.
do you dream of? How do those dreams make you feel
when you're focused on them? We can easily turn our
dreams into our reality if we but dare to do so--if we but
dare to take the steps necessary to make them come
true. When we're children we allow ourselves to
dream and somehow we know that any one of those dreams can
come true. As we grow older, though, and we buy into
what other people consider to be "reality," our
dreams are put on the back burner or into a closet down in
a back room in the cellar, to be taken out only now and
then to be looked at as impossibilities rather than as
yourself a favor: look at your dreams as
possible. Look at them as the way that things
definitely can be, rather than as impossible ideas that
can't come true. Our dreams are just as much a part
of us as our thoughts and our hopes, and they deserve just
as much of our respect and our effort as anything else
that we do--and if we give them that, then they're more
likely to come true. Dreams "coming true"
should be the norm in our world, not the exception, and
it's up to each of us to make sure that they do become our